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Skymouse is off-lineGold Member
05 April 2013 16:06
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Surely lego is genderless. The whole point of it is that it's featureless bricks. The end result comes from the imagination and resourcefulness of the Lego-user.

P.s. I enjoyed using Lego into my late teens ... it transcends age as well as sex.
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05 April 2013 16:45
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Surely lego is genderless. The whole point of it is that it's featureless bricks. The end result comes from the imagination and resourcefulness of the Lego-user.

P.s. I enjoyed using Lego into my late teens ... it transcends age as well as sex.



It was but they've now created pink girly Lego complete with curvy women figures.

p.s. I still have Lego and get more every Chrismas. I've now got the mindstorms programmable stuff.



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