With all this talk about gender specific colors lately, this video serves to remind us that colors are for everyone and sometimes we take that for granted. This man, for the first time, sees purple: a brand new color to him. Not a new shade but a totally new color and his reaction is priceless.
Today, on their website, Target announced that their toy section will no longer have gender specific signage. Customers have been asking for this for quite some time and Target has finally listened.
While their stores won’t be completely free of gender division it is a huge step. They have said their clothing will still have gender-based signage but that they recognize toys, home or entertainment products do not need to be separated by gender.
For many who have daughters … Keep Reading!!!
Samuel’s hair color faded and so he asked for pink when we recolored it. We were shocked at how well the pink latched on. Seeing his vibrant pink hair made me wonder how certain colors became gender specific.
Pink was not always a color assigned to little girls.
However, the majority of children (regardless of sex) were dressed in white dresses until around the age of six.
Early 1900s- Boys in Pink
When color (mainly pastels) starting integrating into children’s … Keep Reading!!!