*prays that I instantly become hot at 18*
*ok let’s shoot for 21*
*Alright 25 here we come*
*is 27* B’awwhawhawhaaaaaawwwww! ;_____________________;
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The toys [are] far more color coded than four decades ago. Back then bikes, trucks, airplanes and even dolls sported a wide range of bright colors—red, green, yellow as well as shades of blue and rose. The pink/lavender vs. black/dark navy dichotomy is a division that, among other things, probably helps sales. Teach children and parents the color-code and you double your market. What little brother will want to settle for his big sister’s pink tricycle?
Pause-giving read on marketing at its most culturally toxic: color-coding toys by gender. For a visceral case study, see The Pink & Blue Projects.
Previously, the LEGO gender gap.
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When I first met you, I felt a kind of contradiction in you. You’re seeking something, but at the same time, you are running away for all you’re worth.
Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore (via suchvodka)
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