With all eyes on London in recent weeks, the city’s most famous department store managed to steal a few headlines — and maybe a few Olympics tourists — by unveiling a new gender-neutral toy department. At Harrods’ 26,000-square-foot Toy Kingdom, children will find an enchanted forest, candy store and reading room — but no sections designated for “boys” or “girls.” Instead, toys are grouped into “zones” according to theme.

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