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[–] g33k3ss 0 points 28 points (+28|-0) ago  (edited ago)

What the hell?! My vagina has never kept me from playing with Legos if I wanted to. My only complaint is that when I was growing up, my parents could only afford the knock offs. Does this mean she's going to take dolls away from the girls until the boys learn to play house?

This type of indoctrination is just as bad as anything previous societal norms are supposed to have done. Why can't kids just be kids and play with what they want to? Make everything available to everyone, but quit trying to force something in the name of gender quotas.

Edit: "Free choice" playtime my ass!


[–] SrSysEng 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

Seems they are free to make a choice, as long as it's the PC choice that is. /s


[–] kittysaysmeownow 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

I used to have the pink and purple ones, and you built things for your dolls with them... I found those much more entertaining than the standard car sets. Also I like being a girl. Also I grew up not retarded like this bitch.

WTF is wrong with these people? It's like humanity is getting dumber by the day.


[–] Kaizervonmaanen 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Does this mean she's going to take dolls away from the girls until the boys learn to play house?

Of course not! That would be punishing the girls for their gender. Taking legos from the boys on the other hand dampens the male privilege


[–] 0x4F 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

The sad thing is, Legos come from one of the most cucked gender-progressive countries in the world: Denmark. So by being all "gender-neutral" this idiot is actually reflecting the cultural and social policies of the place Legos were invented in the first place.

Something's rotten in Denmark, all right: It's called left-wing mental illness.

The irony is that the company has famously said they don't endorse their toys being used to promote a political stance. Hence why they refused to sell in bulk to Ai Weiwei so he could make an art installation about Chinese censorship. You can buy your own Legos and do whatever you want with them, but Lego itself does not endorse or condone Legos being used to advance a partisan or ideological agenda.

Now, Lincoln Logs, on the other hand...