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The Telegraph (UK) : 'Pink plague' on the High Street widening gender gap

By January 24, 2009 No Comments

Excerpt:

Toy makers have been criticised for making products for girls almost exclusively in pink.

Experts fear that what has been called a “pink plague” in the High Street is brainwashing girls and reinforcing gender stereotypes.

They believe that girls are now becoming “hooked” on the colour before the age of three and soon reject toys and clothes if they are not pink.

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