*It doesn't really bother me, but I have to say that at any store (not just T.R.U) it does get frustrating when there isn't a middle ground. Say legos that either have princess' and pastel colors or Monster trucks and Batman. No just wild jungle animals or regular toy people houses. This is just an example of course. I only posted it in case there are some who really hate gender stereotypes in toys.
Who cares what the stores do?? Its about what you as parents do. If you refuse to allow your child to fall in gender stereotypes, it simply wont happen. My son loves pink and sparkles and rainbows and kitchens and Lego's and transformers and adventure time. he is allowed to express himself as he chooses.