For generations the view has held strong that while girls must dress in pink to be girls, boys can't do anything with pink, lest they turn into girls.
It's the view that's determined the color scheme in many a kids' bedroom, clothes and toy closets, and that has held strong through decades of change.
But, in today's 21st century world, is that view changing?
Take Gregory Jobson-Larkin's 6-year-old son, James, for instance.
"James' wardrobe choices are pink, purple and chartreuse,"...Full Story