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LEGOs are made for kids.

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Name
Name
19 days ago

I hope whoever made this steps on a Lego barefoot.

Nata
Nata
18 days ago
Reply to  Name

Ouch 😂 lol

Oh Nu-Owh
Oh Nu-Owh
14 days ago
Reply to  Name

Zey wiel beget ze lego-pineapple in ze aafterlive.

Rosey
Rosey
19 days ago

Yh not no more they ain’t. Did you see the article recently about the majority of toys being bought by grown ups? Lego leaning into this heavily. My 56 yr old friend is addicted to it.

GatesSmasher
GatesSmasher
18 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

I hope everyone who is able to recognize this agenda stops buying Legos for their kids.
It’s time for someone to start a new building brick toy for creative play that doesn’t have dark agenda attached to it and is not trying to erase the Yahweh-ordained family unit.

Rosey
Rosey
18 days ago
Reply to  GatesSmasher

Definitely feel since Rona certain big corporate brands want a place at the table if the nwo. Some of the cheerleading that goes off for this bs is stunning.

Rosey
Rosey
18 days ago
Reply to  Rosey

Mars Pet Food.

I repeat….pet food.

“By Loïc Moutault, Global President, Mars Petcare

As leaders, it’s vital we recognize the power of embracing gender equity. It is a moral imperative – and it’s clear that enabling greater participation of women in businesses and communities delivers real, measurable benefit.

For me, gender equity is rooted in my own experiences of the power of diverse, gender-balanced leadership teams. And I’m committed to supporting this vital agenda beyond the confines of a single day like International Women’s Day. But it would be remiss if I didn’t use this backdrop to share an update on Full Potential, the Mars platform on gender equity that my friend and colleague Stefanie Straub and I co-sponsor.

Last year, Full Potential focused on driving progress to address the barriers women face – through active allyship, leadership and advancement programs, as well as policies and support.

As part of Full Potential, we also launched Flip the Status Quo, which identifies, celebrates and invests $100,000 in 10 inspirational Associates from around the world who are taking action on gender bias. I was excited to get to meet with our 2023 Award winners and steering committee to talk about the great work they are doing and – importantly – to hear their insights on how Mars leaders can be more effective in our efforts toward gender equity. Their stories were inspiring, and they posed excellent challenges to us – for example, ‘how do we apply solutions in a way that works for everyone involved?‘

Our conversation also led us to an issue we all need to examine: working on our own biases.

Leading expert in mitigating bias, Harvard Professor Mahzarin Banaji, is someone we’ve turned to, to help our leaders understand and unlearn these biases and offer some helpful guidance. Her work highlights how implicit bias, including gender bias, exists within all of us.”

There is a list of companies we just can’t buy from any more.

Lee
Lee
18 days ago
Reply to  GatesSmasher

Playmobil is okay as far as I know.

Oh Nu-Owh
Oh Nu-Owh
14 days ago
Reply to  Lee

Playmobil had Police-Normalisation since the 1970’s.

Little plastic police officers, to play with.

Cowboys & indians too, still.

Can’t remember if they had little clowns, though.

Gardensofglory
Gardensofglory
11 days ago
Reply to  Oh Nu-Owh

That’s a pretty weak criticism. …Frankly, their cowboys and Indians are legit. They don’t make many now, but I ebay’d up a pretty good collection made from the 70s through the 90s. The “Indians” reasonably represent a wide variety of tribes and their tools, transportation, art and accessories.
We have a covered wagon, a stagecoach, some prospectors, some bandits, some soldiers, and a whole bunch of wildlife. Throw in some lincoln logs and keva planks, and my western-history obsessed kids build massive scenes and play with them ALL the time.
We have knights and eskimos/arctic explorers (also from the 90s) too. The way the kids use them to engage with the history we study is awesome.
When the children are big, and all the other toys are gone, I will still have the playmobil!

Blume Choon
Blume Choon
17 days ago

They had to keep up with the ESG bargain to stay in the game to keep selling LEGO lgbtqxyz. Since it’s priDEMONth and all…

Jojo dancer
Jojo dancer
17 days ago

Spoof but somehow relevant.

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