This year, give the gift of gender neutrality.

A majority of Americans sees value in encouraging young kids to play with toys and engage in activities traditionally linked to the opposite gender, according to a recent Pew Research report. Roughly three in four people agreed it was good to point girls toward boy-geared items, while 64% believed the same of boys with girl-oriented toys and activities.

More people — regardless of gender, political persuasion or generation — say parents should steer girls toward stereotypically male toys and activities. Even among millennials, 81% agreed it was good for girls to try boy-geared items; just 69% said the same of boys, according to the data gathered in August and September.

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About two in three Republicans, meanwhile, agreed with girls trying activities associated with boys, though just 47% were OK with raising boys that way. Slightly more than half of GOPers — and 61% of Republican men — said encouraging boys to play with girls’ toys was actually a bad thing. In contrast, 78% of Democrats approved of steering boys toward conventionally girly toys and activities.

Women are also more likely than men to agree with spurring kids to break gender-based norms — with 80% of women approving of the practice for raising girls and 71% for boys, compared to men’s 72% for girls and 56% for boys.

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The Pew findings square with results from a recent YouGov poll, which found 42% of people would feel comfortable getting a “boy” present for a girl — but only 31% said they’d feel comfortable buying a male child a “girl” gift.