Bravo to the sixth graders at Gustavslund School in Sweden, who filed a complaint
with regulators charging the Toys 'R Us Christmas catalogue showed
outdated gender roles - boys actively playing with macho toys, girls
passively playing with, well, you know. The complaint, the culmination
of two years of studying gender roles, resulted in a well-deserved
public reprimand of the giant retailer for gender discrimination.
"Small girls in princess stuff...boys dressed as super
heroes. It's obvious that you get affected by this," said 13-year-old Hannes Psajd.