LINK to article: http://www.sparksummit.com/2011/12/21/3675/
PBG (Powered by girls) usually attacks companies like Abercrombie, etc., for showing too much cleavage, or something like that.
How they ever justified lumping LEGO Friends into that category is bizarre at best.
The LEGO Group's 1981 advertisement SPARKsummit uses in their campaign is merely one ad featuring girls TLG has put forth over the decades.
In that advertisement the word "beautiful" is actually there as a description of what the girl built -- that it wasn't necessarily a "set" nor did it have uniform colors like sets, yet her own creation is still beautiful.
That there are no pink bricks visible isn't because LEGO didn't already make pink bricks.
Update: Bailey Poland has written a book about "Haters" online ... even though she, herself, is a "hater" of other peoples' creativity, choices and lifestyles. Hypocrisy for sure.