A sales associate arranges shelves of construction and building toys for girls at a Toys R Us store in Los Angeles in December 2014. Karin Klein writes that while there has been progress, some retailers are back in the 1950s on what are boys’ toys and girls’ toys.
A sales associate arranges shelves of construction and building toys for girls at a Toys R Us store in Los Angeles in December 2014. Karin Klein writes that while there has been progress, some retailers are back in the 1950s on what are boys’ toys and girls’ toys. Luis Sinco Los Angeles Times/TNS file
A sales associate arranges shelves of construction and building toys for girls at a Toys R Us store in Los Angeles in December 2014. Karin Klein writes that while there has been progress, some retailers are back in the 1950s on what are boys’ toys and girls’ toys. Luis Sinco Los Angeles Times/TNS file

Some retailers are still in Dark Ages on toys for boys and girls

October 10, 2016 6:00 AM

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