'Pinkstinks' wants to force retailers to rethink the 'pinkification' of girls' toys.

 Image credit: ‘The Pink & Blue Project,' JeongMee Yoon

This article titled “Why girls aren't pretty in pink” was written by Susanna Rustin, for The Guardian on Friday 20th April 2012 23.04 UTC

Children can be comically fierce in their ideas of which toys are or aren't appropriate: “It's for babies!” or “It's for girls!” they will insist. But when, on a recent visit to a toy shop, Emma Moore's daughter announced that farm animals were for boys, Emma was disappointed.

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