Gina Zuk Gerber was shopping for her daughter last week, when she came across a toy which she did not approve of. 


This angry mum compared the girls toys to those targeted at boys, and noticed quite the difference. 



The toy was described by Gina in a Facebook post: "the girls toys were all smothered in pink and purple, they worked in interesting places like the "home", and they all lacked the multiple educational elements the "boys" toys had." 



"'SUV" and a clearly mom looking figure. Please note tag-line "time for yoga and a smoothie". It's 2016 people" Gina continued in her furious post. 


Gina called upon the toy manufacturer to "step it the f up and show women working in all types of fields and in leadership roles."



Many of Gina's friends have commented on her post, and shared in her outrage at this sexist toy. 



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