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As a child, our toys were not just as gender neutral as earlier times, but also weren't as sex stereotypic since the toys in today's time. The simple fact that everyone eventually comes to contact with buying toys if you have children or you've got a friend or family member who have kids which makes this an important issue. Eventually, everyone must purchase a kid a present. Would it disturb you that toys are either pink or blue and there's no difference between? Or does sticking to that which your child is already comfortable with and understands the more ideal option in regards to gender stereotyping with toys? Authors James Delingpole and Eleanor Muffitt both do a fantastic job at arguing either side to this situation. Although both authors deliver legitimate points during each article, about sex stereotyping with toys, James Delingpole was powerful in persuading the audience because he used all three elements; ethos, logos, and pathos to support his idea. To establish toys must be left alone and kids should not be removed from "natural urges", James Delingpole gives a reasonable argument in his post, "Why it is not Sexist to Say That Boys Should Never Play with Dolls", which in regards to kids we should not attempt to change the way boys and women are programed. Delingpole starts off by explaining that he was invited to dinner with a "headmistress of a very smart all-girls boarding school and got to socialize with them. Delingpole clarifies how they started outside the diner by asking the women what they wanted to be when they become older and most replies were the normal replies of 6th graders. Delingpole then goes on to describe why he does not think that toys shouldn't be changed because of what others...