This blog is in response to a petition & spam campaign of a few feminists

Some radical feminist groups realized they can advance their own agenda by launching a "No pink aisle, bring back beautiful" social media campaign by claiming The LEGO Group offers no "gender equity" in the new theme "Friends" and its marketing. They created an online petition, then proceeded encouraging their followers to SPAM the LEGO Facebook page with one of TLG's own ads. Laced with false dramatic information, they convinced the petition site to include their "cause" in its membership mailing notice.
This blog sheds light on their omissions, skewed facts & images.

Monday, December 26, 2011

LEGO Friends 3061

 image copyright The LEGO Group

The first 'color' I see is red.
What is it about this set that some feminist groups think is not "equal" to girls?

1 comment:

  1. It's ironic this feminist group finds breasts 'insulting, condescending and dangerous.' And why is LEGO giving these bullying shrews a platform to input? Give feminism an inch and they'll take a tyrannical mile. The 'LadyFigs' are a marketing success, so they are making a product that girls want. That's called supply and demand! Why do feminists believe they have the divine right to socially engineer every girl and woman in their own agitating, morally ugly and militant image? Wasn't feminism supposed to be about choice, not being dictated too? When feminists are quibbling about such insignificant topics such as this, it's a good indicator they have no real arguments left in the western world. Womens rights have long since transcended into excessive privileges, and the incessant superficial whining is the desperate attempts of a dying dinosaur to justify their embittered existence! Maybe some museums could host some feminist exhibits once it's consigned to the history books?