A six-year-old's battle against sexism in Guess Who?
A kindergartner has written to toy giant Hasbro arguing that its Guess Who? game is sexist. And that's not the only claim of gender bias that kids are voicing.
Guess Who? is a nice enough game. Popular all over the world, it was created by Ora and Theo Coster of Tel Aviv some 40 years ago. It's designed to stimulate logical thinking, it's more calm and slower-paced by far than any contemporary computer or cell-phone game, and it allows children to sit opposite one another and enjoy some quiet time together.