Okay, we're in a Baby Sign Language class, and one set of parents is a lesbian couple, and one of the members of the couple is actually trans-gendered (used to be male). We live in a small town, and I think most people probably know this.
Today we learned signs for different toys and different clothing items. And when we learned the sign for "doll," the teacher said, "Not that Liam probably plays with dolls." And I just said, "Well, it would be okay if he did." (He's 6 months-old; it's not like he plays with much of anything right now.)
Then, all of the clothes the teacher brought were things her daughters had outgrown, and while we were learning signs for "socks," "shoes,"etc., she apologized for everything being pink and sparkly. Again, I said it was no big deal and just shrugged it off.
Should I just keep reinforcing in class that we're okay about not having traditional gender role things, or should I point out (privately, of course) to the teacher that she might be making it awkward for the couple I previously mentioned? I'm somewhat friends with the teacher outside of class, but I wasn't sure if that would be weird to mention it to her or not.
What would you do? TIA!