A Ceasefire in the Lego Gender Wars?By
Throw enough bricks around and you’re bound to break a window—or at least get some attention. That’s the main (and perhaps only) lesson to be drawn from the quest by a pair of feminist activists to get Lego to answer for the apparent sin of launching Lego Friends, a line of toys aimed at girls. Lego Friends features, among other things, pink-colored blocks and a character who aspires to be a fashion designer.
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