At Christmas, it's not difficult to end up with a pile of pink gifts for girls, and a heap of blue ones for boys. A new study has also revealed that it's also far too easy to discover you've bought the girls in your family makeup,
The aisles of department stores are perhaps not the most obvious battlegrounds for gender equality. Manufacturers have found themselves under increasing pressure from campaigners to consign blue and pink packaging to the past.
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Gap has faced criticism on social media over a new children's advertising campaign, which features a boy wearing an Albert Einstein T-shirt labelled "the little scholar", and a girl described as "the social butterfly."
Clothing retailer Gap has been criticized for a "sexist" new marketing campaign that refers to a young boy as a "little scholar" and a young girl as a "social butterfly." Contained in a promotional email sent to U.K. customers, the advert features a photo of a boy and a girl.
The clothing company Gap has been criticised over a new advertising campaign featuring an image of a boy, labelled "the little scholar", wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with Albert Einstein's face next to a girl wearing pink who is called "the social butterfly".
Retail giant Gap has come under fire for an advert which social media users and parents have labelled an example of 'disgracful sexism'. The ad, which was sent in a promotional email for the chain, shows a boy and a girl both dressed in cute outfits. So what's the problem?