November 30, 2012, - 2:49 pm
Ah, now I know why Sweden has bent over for Islam and given in to anti-Semitic Muslims to the point that Jews are told they can no longer live in Malmo and to the degree that an Israeli Davis Cup Tennis Competition cannot be held publicly in Malmo, out of fear that the Swedish police cannot control or stop Swedish Muslims from violently attacking them. It’s because the Swedes have given up on masculinity and are now training their boys to be chicks, their girls to become men. You think the Muslims in Sweden are following suit? Think again. They are filling the void this BS creates.
Chickified Toys “R” Us Sweden Ad . . .
Toys “R” Us Denmark Ad . . .
All hail the absurd feminism that has taken over this past and present Judenrein country. If they don’t have cojones when it comes to kids’ toys, you can’t expect them to have cojones when it comes to the JOOOOS. Oh, and a division of Toys “R” Us is helping promote this castration of boys.
This holiday season, how about a toy gun for the girl on your shopping list, and a doll for the boy?
That vision of gender-neutrality in toy-buying is coming to life in Sweden, where Top-Toy Group, a licensee of the Toys “R” Us brand, has published a gender-blind catalog for the Christmas season.
On some pages, girls brandish toy guns and boys wield blow-dryers and cuddle dolls. Top-Toy, a privately-held company, published 12 million catalogs and owns the BR Toys chain, with 303 stores in Northern Europe.
Sweden’s top advertising watchdog—known as Reklamombudsmannen, or RO—has taken the retailer to task in recent years for catalogs and ads that showcase girls playing with dolls, scrapbooks, and kitchen and beauty toys and boys with guns, cars, trains and tech gadgets. . . .
A comparison of Top-Toy’s Swedish catalogs with their Danish counterparts shows girls have replaced boys in some photos featuring toy guns, and boys have swapped places with girls in photos featuring dolls and stuffed dogs. In one picture in the Swedish catalog, a boy is blow-drying a girl’s hair whereas in the Danish version, a somewhat older girl is blow-drying her own hair. . . .
Top-Toy also is working on adjusting store displays and packaging to reflect the gender-neutral approach, said Jan Nyberg, Top-Toy’s sales director in Sweden. Boys and girls can now be seen playing together on boxes of “Happy House,” Top-Toy’s own kitchen set.
“We can’t decide what the big toy makers’ boxes should look like as their products are made for the global market, but we can make changes on our own boxes and in our stores,” Mr. Nyberg said.
The Swedish government has been on the front line of efforts to engineer equality between men and women, with generous paternity benefits. . . . Last year, the country famously mulled the use of a single-gender pronoun, “hen,” to replace “he” or “she.”
Frickin’ moronic. The West won’t survive with nations full of Janet Napolitanos and RuPauls, as much as pop culture liars like Lady Gaga and Madonna want you to believe it’s so. Muslims move in to pick up the slack in the masculinity department. That’s exactly what they are doing all over effeminate Scandinavia and the rest of Europe.
And, by the way, when feminists tried this crap in America in the ’70s and ’80s, it never worked. Girls always migrated back to the dolls, and boys always eschewed girl dolls and play ovens for trucks and G.I. Joes. But if you brainwash people enough, you get traction. And, sadly, things are changing–have changed–as I often decry on this site.
Although we rightly criticize the way Muslims treat women, the fact is that feminism has killed our men, our masculinity, and, frankly, the West’s will to fight Islam or anything else.
When you have no balls . . . you have no balls. It’s just that obvious.
If you have kids or grandkids or nieces and nephews, do your part by buying the girls feminine toys and the boys masculine ones. Do the opposite, and you are contributing to the feminization and downfall of the West.
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