Jang, do you believe that LEGO is a sexist company? All of their female-targeted sets feature pink, purple, and other stereotypical 'girl colors'. Also, those sets feature amusement parks, makeup, and cooking. However, male figures have been represented as astronauts, construction workers, and people in power much more than female minifigures. Female figures almost always use female-specific hair pieces, and rarely appear in 'gender-neutral' sets; only the female-specific ones with minidolls, specialized colors, and much more simple builds.Because of this, LEGO has been crippling the minds of young girls, showing them that they will only ever grow up to be assistants, princesses, or be unemployed. Is this okay with you?
Liar. You obviously haven't been into a toy shop since the 1980s. There are Lego policewomen, firefighters, scientists, astronaughts, musicians, and the list goes on. You need to find a new toy to focus your uneducated hatred on.