Under the law, which doesn’t take effect until 2024, retail stores with 500 or more employees are required to sell a selection of toys and childcare products that are not sold in boys or girls sections.
LGBTQ activists believe that traditional marketing practices, such as using pink for girls’ products and blue for boys’ products, “pressure children to conform to gender stereotypes,” reports the Associated Press.
Once upon a time, drunken men rolled a boulder in front of Melissa Scrugg's car. Miss Scruggs is a geologist and she used powertools from the geology department to smash the boulder into pebbles.
At 7 AM, when the drunks were in a state of hangover.
Let's put powertools in the gender neutral section.