"The Pinks and the Blues," a look at sex-stereotyping. Experts interviewed say boys and girls are subtly conditioned from birth to assume traditional roles in life. They cite differences in the handling of male and female newborns, toys children are given and the attention they receive from teachers. How this role playing manifests itself in everyday situations is demonstrated by members of a Maryland family. Narrator: Gene Galusha.
Discuss NOVA on our TV talk forum!