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The modern fashion scene has made pink a gender-specific color for the lady, which is why it would take some confident gentleman to rock a pink color. However, history tells us this used not to be the case in the 18th century, back then infants and toddlers either male or female used to be dressed in pink to symbolize innocence, health, and youth. In the '60s and '70s, the cloth manufacturers decided to take advantage of the fact that parents could know the sex of their babies, which meant clothes could not be handed down to their siblings. Therefore, they started producing gender specific clothes with pink staying with the girls.

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