Publish at September 14 2022 Updated September 14 2022

It's not your type [Thesis]

Or the thesis in pink - Who is the pink for?

Child with a purple top, blue pants and a pink balloon intriguing and disturbing two adults representing the two genders: female with pink dress and male with blue clothes

"Pink is for girls". But what is the basis of the feminizing power of pink? Gender" can be described as a system that divides humanity into two distinct groups: "male" and "female". Gender enables a process of social categorization governed by three principles: exclusivity; hierarchization; and universalization. Let us understand, with Kevin Bideaux's thesis, how a neutral and light color can become connotative and stigmatizing.

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