Apparently there’s a gender equality issue with Sesame Street-themed Pampers diapers

Apparently there’s a gender equality issue with Sesame Street-themed Pampers diapers
Toxic masculinity. NBC video, YouTube

[Ed. – But no evidence that parents were complaining about it.]

The characters from “Sesame Street” are quietly getting pulled from Pampers — and it might be because they’re mostly dudes. …

Shoppers like Susie Wong-Benjamin — a mother of two in the Bronx who thought she had bought fake Pampers when a recent batch bore generic-looking designs — said customer service reps at P&G partly blamed the stealthy switch on gender issues when she called about it last week.

“The Pampers rep said … parents who have daughters thought that the ‘Sesame Street’ characters are too masculine,” Wong-Benjamin told The Post. …

“Sesame Street” spokeswoman Beatrice Chow … responded [to the Post] by emailing a link with, she said, “details about [Pampers’] current support for our gender equality work.”

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