Why do we instill in children that pink is associated with girls and blue is related to boys? It is believed that girls are nurturing, domestic and sentimental, while boys are adventuresome, active and aggressive. North American’s ideas about gender differences are powerfully expressed through the colors and characteristics of the clothing they are assigned from earlier ages. Things such as clothing conveys powerful stereotypes about supposed differences in temperament and personality between males and females. Why can’t we just choose the option that is more appealing to the person or child? Instead of saying no that’s for boys or no that’s for girls. Pressuring girls and boys from younger ages, associating them to certain colors is not really giving them a freedom of choice; because of what society has influenced on us that genders are entitled to certain colors shouldn’t even be a thing. Girls could be just as adventurous, active and aggressive as boys just as boys can be nurturing and sentimental. Assigning colors to genders lead to labels. We shouldn’t associate the colors of our genders to our personalities. We shouldn’t have to follow what everyone thinks is right, only girls can be associated with pink and boys associated with blue.