This is an absurd attempt at social engineering-- framed by persons who never raised children.
I raised a son and a daughter. My son was playing with Duplos before he could walk and speak. When we graduated to Legos, this conversion is NOT what took place:
"Father, I would like a particular set of Legos featuring strong male role models."
And when my daughter was old enough-- having long ignored the extensive Duplo set and watching her big brother working with Legos, the conversation did NOT go, "Daddy, do they have any Legos with non-traditional female minifigs?"
Nope. Not in the real world.
Anyone who raised a boy and a girl knows that the daughter in a toy section is headed, all on her own, to the pink stuff-- costume Jewelry, stickers, glitter, and dolls.
And social-engineered as she has been by the incessant Progressive mantras in our culture (and by that, I point to female teachers, female principals and single Moms), she recently declared (on social media) how she HATES the color pink.
But I remember her picking out her pink-cowboy boots, her pink and black socks, her pink dresses as I stood and simply watched her go through all the options available.
She thought I hung the moon, and she watched me play with her brother and having a mostly absent mother, so I was her role model-- yet, she wanted pretty things, showed no interest in my old and beloved Matchbox Car collection or Star Wars spaceships.
What she wanted from me was to have tea parties-- her idea-- never occurred to me that would be "fun.". What she asked for at the toy store or toy aisle was Polly Pockets-- which I knew nothing about.
The point is, I had to learn what my daughter wanted and how she played since I had no sisters growing up. She showed me how to play like a girl plays.
Girls are different than boys and they are wonderful in that difference.
Yet, our culture is Hell bent on making sure girls grow up to hate, envy, and resent men, and yet to seek to be like them. A whole lot of childless adults are very confused about such things, but my daughter, my son, and I are not among them.
My son played with toy soldiers, trucks, and construction toys.
My daughter played with tea-sets, baby-dolls, fashion dolls, and kitchen toys.
The Progressive mantra includes that women raising children, cooking, and appreciating pretty things is drudgery imposed on them by oppressive male society.
Yeah? Really? And my son becoming a combat soldier, truck driver, or construction worker is such a delightful and easy life-- leaving the "hard" and "unappreciated" work to women?
You people are insane.