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  1. The Mary Sue’s 10 Most Popular Posts of 2012

    The Mary Sue

    Yesterday we gave you our most commented on posts of 2012, but most commented on is not the same as most popular. And by popular we mean looked at. The number of time a specific URL was visited. And what holds true on the internet holds true here: people like galleries (as long as they're not too annoying). So without further ado, here's the ten most viewed posts we wrote this year. We would have had to go to twelve to reach a post that didn't have a gallery of some kind in it (although that post would have been the announcement of The Casual Vacany, J.K. Rowling's first post-Harry Potter novel).

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  2. This Is What A Gender Neutral Toy Store Looks Like (Thanks Harrods)

    Gender Bendery

    Harrods Department Store is a British institution that's just as much a tourist spot as any other historical landmark in London. This past week they made history by opening their first gender-neutral toy department. It was designed by London and Singapore-based interior architects Shed and has been dubbed Toy Kingdom. Everything in Toy Kingdom is grouped by theme, not gender: enchanted forest, miniature toy world, a reading room, a circus area, and a candy store. Take a peek inside and see how easy it would be for other stores to adopt.

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