- Only boys play in the bath? (Entertainer Westfield Stratford, March 2013)
- Lego under 'boys toys', including the girl-targeted 'Friends' range. (Entertainer, Bluewater, March 2013)
- No daddies then? Dolls under 'girls toys' (Entertainer Bluewater, March 2013)
- No creativity for boys? Crafts, including badge maker, dough animals under 'girls toys' (Entertainer Bluewater, March 2013)
- Games for boys?
(Entertainer Westfield Stratford, March 2013)
- Science sets, including 'make your own perfume' categorised under 'boys toys' at the Entertainer, Reading, March 2013
- Step away from the glue, boys! Creative crafts, glitter, glue, filed under 'girls toys' at Entertainer Reading, March 2013
- Magic sets under 'boys toys' (Entertainer Cardiff, April 2013)
- Henry Hoover has a boy on the packaging, and the cooker and shopping trolley are in a cheerful, neutral red. Does The Entertainer really think cooking and shopping are just for girls?
- Musical instruments labelled as girls toys. Entertainer Cardiff, April 2013.
- Nice to see some cars under 'girls toys', but were the Olympics just for girls? I could have sworn I saw some male athletes...
Toyshop gallery – The Entertainer
We think toyshops should stop categorising toys by gender because it limits children’s choices and imaginations. But it also doesn’t make any sense.
Placing craft sets under ‘girls’ and bath toys and boxed games under ‘boys’ doesn’t help anyone find what they’re looking for. The Entertainer needs to get rid of these signs and Let Toys be Toys – for girls and boys!
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