Even in toys this little girl noticed a little difference between boy and girl Legos. 

Charlotte, a 7 year-young girl wrote a pretty strong worded letter to Lego letting them know that she not only loves Legos, but she also noticed that there are more Boy Legos than Girl Legos.

The little girl went to a store where the boy (blue) and girl (pink) Legos were in two separate sections. The girl Legos get to sit at home, go to the beach and shop but have no jobs. The boy Legos went on adventures, worked, saved people and did a whole many great things.

"I want you to make more Lego girl people and let them go on adventures and have fun ok!?!"

Although Charlotte had a good point, am pretty sure I've seen a couple adventurous girl Legos. As a matter of fact, I went to a Lego website where they show female engineers, zookeepers, mail carriers, geologists and a couple more.

Guess, Charlotte (and her parents) should have done a little research before actually writing this letter. Even so, I think most of the Legos can be considered for both boys and girls.

What do you guys think?