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I have realized that the boys section is all about strength and being dominant while the girl section is about pretty and more inviting When I would go into the boys section I felt as if I were going into war The toys were camouflaged big in size and the action figures were abnormally un-proportional to a real human I would walk out of there as though I am an indestructible macho man However when I would walk into the girls section I felt like I was going to a tea party Practically everything was pink fragile and the barbies seemed to be flawless They had long blond hair long tan legs and did not seem to have any defects whatsoever I realized that girls are being taught from a young age that they have to be perfect like the barbies The toy store started with a birthday party section Surprisingly it was not separated for both genders They were put into one section of the store However as soon as you passed that section you can see the difference right away The pink flashes to you on the left and the more somber camouflage colors on the right It is not clearly marked but it is definitely easy to find the section where girls are supposed to go and where boys are suppose to go When I asked the salesperson why this section was for boys and that other section was for girls he just answered because boys buy these toys and girls buy those toys I dont think he took Women Studies 10 There are gender neutral toys Those toys are the sporty ones The basketballfootballsoccer all in one were gender neutral The reason that I can tell is that on the front there were boys and girls playing the game Also it wasnt in the boys or girls section It was in the middle of both those sections The colors of the
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