No girls allowed | Polygon
Tracey Lien, polygon.com
Four-year-old Riley Maida stands in a toy aisle of a department store in Newburgh, N.Y. The backdrop is pink. The shelves behind her are stacked with plastic babies in pink onesies. To her left are hair-and-makeup dolls with exaggerated he…
The only way to fight this is with your wallet.
Don’t buy crap from companies that slowly brainwash your daughters’ brains and don’t let those same companies market to them for hours a day in between cartoons or other kid shows.
I’m looking at you Barbie, Bratz, Monster High, and all the other junk toys that incessantly reinforce poor gender roles.