BY Laurel Walsh
on May 01, 2013
The Internet wins again!
After being called out on its #everydaysexism, U.K. pharmacy chain Boots is removing signs from its shelves that categorize toys by gender.
The pressure started when Boots customer @SeanEGray tweeted this sucker out to the world:
That caught the eye of other Boots customers and Internet folks, including @LetToysBeToys, a social media group that campaigns against sexist children’s toy marketing.
Along with your run-of-the-mill pinkification, customers took issue with some sexist stereotyping action on the science shelves. Read More