Think Pink

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Social Issues

 

Written by:

Linda S

 

Date added:

December 26, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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3 / 756

 

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Gender conditioning of the child has already begun at this point. We as a society have already begun training these children to associate these colors according to sex. Continuing, as these children grow, their mothers dress the little girls in pink dresses, usually lined with lace or glitter. Without much of a choice, girls spend the beginning years of their lives wearing soft, pastel colors that make the girls’ look and feel more feminine...
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Without much of a choice, girls spend the beginning years of their lives wearing soft, pastel colors that make the girls’ look and feel more feminine. Mothers who are nurturers do not realize that they are conditioning their little girls to relate feminism to the color pink. Pink dresses and ribbons are worn to create images of being delicate...
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