EXACTLY!!! Toys marketed to boys are primary colors and the ones made for girls are pink. Personally, I hate pink, so I will always look for the “boy” versions. For example, why can’t my daughter play with rainbow colored legos, too? Why does she need pink ones? So, I venture into the boy aisle for the multi-colored set. I sometimes do the same with clothing, as well. A lot of things made for boys are what I’d call gender neutral, while the girl versions are unmistakably feminine. Buying clothes for children, you will also find that even in toddler sizes, there are stereotypes. My kid doesn’t need a halter top with itchy lace, and a denim mini skirt with glitter that will rub off everywhere. Gag.