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.

Friday, December 30, 2011

New York Times op-ed writer is partner in "No pink" campaign against LEGO

"No Pink" partner submits op-ed to NYT

The truth is, Peggy didn't build LEGO bricks with her own daughter; she left that to her husband.  How is that showing an "empowering" example to a child?

No wonder Peggy isn't engineer-savvy; too bad she didn't have LEGO Friends as a girl!

The more you know about the LEGO Friends detractors, the more you realize their *opinion* is based on conjecture -- not actual, real-life experience.  Sad.

1 comment:

  1. Deary me, it`s almost like these people are busier patting eachother on the back, than slandering Lego. Seriously. Most of their outings follow the routine of saying something idiotic, having every feminist agree, fawn over how superior they are, post more nonsense, agree some more, fawn, etc.

    It`s tiresome to watch, really. You`d think they`d have better things to do. Like, perhaps raising their children in a healthy and wholesome way. Just a thought.