Do you find LEGO Friends sexist? (Girls only please.)

Yes!
17.5%
7 votes
No.
17.5%
7 votes
Ahhh! I hate LEGO Friends more than anything else!
32.5%
13 votes
I don't care.
30%
12 votes
I love it!
2.5%
1 vote
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Comments (13)

mikus_chibi_neko
Is very sexist!!!!!!!!!!!!
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on December 31, 2015
bananamangrill
I love Lego Friends, if you guys don't want them to be girly, then what? This is young girls Lego, I love playing with it. :I I don't see how it's sexist tbh '-'
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on January 06, 2015
xxredfeatherx
yeh its sexist i haven't noticed till now that the girls a a little stereotipical (don't quote me on spelling *chough cough* mocking *cough cough* jay *cough cough* 52.) this is so offenceive to me because apparently girl are goody goody and are girly and annoying in lego friends i am not like that! ):I is this getting deep yeah is.
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mikus_chibi_neko
Yes that's very true. I for one hate the colour pink, and shopping makes me want to puke. UGGH the boys one looks so cool, if I where a kid, I would pick the guys one
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on December 31, 2015
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on September 26, 2014
staygold
It's not really sexist, it's just... What's the word... Oh! I know! Stupid.
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on September 14, 2014
Polarize
Yes.
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Polarize
Well sort of. This person in school made it sexist.
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Polarize
I rather not say
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on August 30, 2014
Nightcat
....? How'd they make it sexist?
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on August 30, 2014
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on August 30, 2014
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on August 30, 2014
Elleyd
I see how it can be perceived as sexism but it's only a marketing technique which has worked. It's just like we have Barbies and Transformers. They're not forcing you to buy either but they're putting the option out there knowing more little girls are going to buy those than regular legos.
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on August 30, 2014
Nightcat
How is it necessary to make a whole other range for girls, to play in heartlake city, with friends and work in coffee shops giggling away happily when they could be making bridges and world famous towers, actually using imagination to make something out of plain blocks? I don't like Barbie, or those girl stereotype toys. (I used to love them, I admit. But I played See More▼
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on August 29, 2014
McDermottsAngel
How is it sexist? O_O
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on August 29, 2014
JeweledOwl812
No but I still don't like it
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on August 29, 2014