Blue is for boys, pink is for girls. Such gender stereotypes have been instilled in all of us since birth, when hospitals attach a colored name card on a newborn's crib.
The stereotyping continues as children grow: Boys are encouraged to play with trucks and action figures, while girls get dolls and play kitchens. What would you do if your child decided to cross the gender boundaries?
We set up our scenario at Meyer's Toys in Livingston, N.J., and send in actors to see what people will say...Full Story