Boys will still be boys and girls will be girls
Gender-free packaging on toys is not a bad thing but it is not going to change human nature, writes Eilis O'Hanlon
ADVERTISING is expensive. Especially at Christmas.
What better way to drum up some free PR at this time of year than with a grand gesture that gets your company’s name in all the headlines?
That’s what Marks & Spencer did last week by announcing that it’s no longer going to sell gender-specific toys from next spring in response to complaints from parents.