Accidental

Social gender norms may also form colour inclinations. In beliefs where pink is deliberated the suitable colour for a girl and blue for a boy, children became habituated from birth to spending time wearing or else surrounded by those colours. This creates it hard to know whether any likings expressed later on are accidental.

“Pink Vs Blue”

For a considerable length of time, we’ve all lived and worked in our current reality where pink is generally observed as a feminine colour, while blue is held for adolescent. We see this inflexible division all over, from greeting cards to kids’ garments. New terms like “gender-fluidity” and “non-binary” have entered the vocabulary, yet there’s still a great deal of progress to be made here and there are still a ton of apparently genders specific ideas and even colours.

size 15×30 cm approx

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