FSMFs have made their way onto the list, which is curated by a gender expert, in part by highlighting products with “feminine looks”.
The FSM fsa has a long history of making gender-neutral products, and its list of products with feminine designs features more than 20 products.
It was first created in 1997 by a female scientist, Susan McBride, to promote women’s education.
The list has since expanded to include products with an array of feminine designs, and it’s now the most widely used list of gender-related products.
While the FSFF has the highest number of gender neutral products on the list (872) its list has also been criticised for its “femininity bias” and “overly-masculine” language.
The FSF also has the lowest number of products that feature a non-feminine design, with only two out of 10.
The only products on its list that feature gender-specific designs include an eyebrow pencil, a facial scrub and a blush.
It’s not the first time FSFFs have taken on the role of gender ambassador.
In 2009, the FSAF launched a “Made in USA” campaign, in which it made products that would be used in the US.
The campaign included a range of women’s beauty products that were manufactured in the United States.
FSAF founder Barbara Corrigan said the campaign had sparked a new generation of women who wanted to take pride in their bodies and wear makeup.
“I think it’s a fantastic way to highlight the importance of making a difference in our communities,” she said.
“It’s something that I think many of us will be really proud to stand alongside and support in the years to come.”