Pink toys are raising princesses

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0501k.jpgExperts found that toy color affects next generation’s outlook. It turned out that children’s stores are overflown with pink goods and children who have a predominant color in toys and clothes, give up things of other colors.

Presence of huge numbers of pink toys for girls causes heated debates in the Internet about the fact that children get wrong color perception. Thus, girls are imposed pink and boys - blue and dark-blue colors.

The research results fully confirm fears of experts in the field of education. U.S. scientists proposed young people to choose the most favorite color from available options. Most women preferred all shades of red and pink, while men - blue and light blue colors.

Where is the danger, according to scientists? First of all, this fact shows how commercial companies can manipulate consciousness of babies by imposing some sort of preference. To date, most girls up to 3 years prefer pink color, and refuse playing with yellow or green toys.

Another bad point - it is the lack of basic social and educational functions in girls, researchers believe. Pink toys, especially dolls (like Barbie), are associated in girls with princesses and hinder a simple knowledge that a woman has a certain social role, rather than just enjoying joys of life.

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