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Stickers and activity books are a great way to distract kids during a long flight - unless they highlight the gender gap in the world's airline industries. TUI Airways is being accused of blatant sexism when, during a recent flight, boys were given Future Captain stickers, while girls were given Future Cabin Crew stickers. The airline is charged with "encouraging gender stereotypes" after the labels were handed out as part of activity packs for child travellers. Many are describing the incident as "deeply sexist" and just another example of systemic gender stereotyping, and many passengers took to social media to express their displeasure. TUI Airways said that it had never intended to distribute the stickers based on gender and described the incident as a "simple mix-up". However you want to view it, one thing remains clear: in today's highly social-political world, not even stickers are safe.