Pink toys

Not much to say myself, I just find the diversity of opinions in posts and comments fascinating:

Dr.Isis: Careful, Girls! That's Too Much Power!

Arikia: Gendered Color Dichotomies-R-Us

PZ: The powerlessness of pink

Cori Kesler: My Droid is Pink

Mareserinitatis: Pink

Chad: Does Pinkification Fool Anybody?

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