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Dec 19 2012

Gender-Neutral Easy Bake Ovens

Push corporations and they will be only too glad to move — provided you push them in the direction of moonbattery. Remember this?

[M]oonbats are petitioning Hasbro to change the “packaging and color options” on the Easy Bake Oven so as to encourage boys to play with them.

To no one’s surprise, the petition was successful:

Hasbro says it will soon reveal a gender-neutral Easy-Bake Oven after meeting with a New Jersey girl who started a campaign calling on the toy maker to make one that appeals to all kids.

McKenna Pope, 13, of Garfield, N.J., got more than 40,000 signatures on her online petition at Change.org and the support of celebrity chefs including Bobby Flay, who backed her call for Hasbro to make a gender-neutral oven and to include boys in the ads. …

McKenna said the company is doing everything she asked, including putting boys in the ads.

The point of deliberately prissifying boys by encouraging them to play with girl’s toys becomes obvious when you consider the creepy metrosexuality prevalent among the few white males who still vote for Democrats.

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A future Democrat.

On tips from Nathaniel M and Muddypaw.

Dec 03 2012

Moonbat Jihad Against Gender-Specific Toys

The ideology of our liberal ruling class is so grotesquely unnatural that parents must begin very early to instill effective indoctrination. Gender-specific toys make this task difficult, and therefore must be done away with:

This holiday season, overly-gender-specific toys are a hot button issue. The Butterfly Beauty Shop from Lego’s Friends line has drawn the ire of a group called the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood.

They’ve nominated it for one of their “TOADY” (Toys Oppressive And Destructive to Young Children) award, saying it’s “so jam-packed with condescending stereotypes it would even make Barbie blush.”

Lego did not immediately respond to a request for comment. But previously, in response to the criticism which began late last year, Lego officials said in a statement that their “goal with LEGO Friends is to engage more girls in the positive benefits of construction play.”

Not good enough, LEGO. Be more like Sweden:

In contrast, in Sweden, the Top Toys group just published a catalog of gender-neutral toy images, showing girls playing with toy guns and boys with blow dryers.

Closer to home, moonbats are petitioning Hasbro to change the “packaging and color options” on the Easy Bake Oven so as to encourage boys to play with them.

Considering that our own upbringing produced a generation that would elect Bathhouse Barry president, imagine what the future holds if moonbats continue to prevail.

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Butterfly Beauty Shop: Too feminine to let girls play with.

On a tip from Muddypaw.

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