By SARAH NORTON
Well, well, well – It seems LEGO was at the forefront of gender equality in the 70s. And yes, you read that correctly, the 1970s.
it almost makes stepping on all those painful little pieces of plastic your kids haven’t put away in the middle of the night worth it, right?
This letter to parents written on a pamphlet in a LEGO set from 1974 is proof. The letter has been making its way around the internet since it was first posted by Reddit user fryd_ yesterday. He said he found the letter with his niece and nephew while at their grandma’s house.
The letter reads:
The legitimacy of the letter is being questioned by critics though. Some people are sceptical about the typeface used and the logo’s authenticity. But both the font and the logo seem a perfect match to the famous 1980’s LEGO advertising series, where boys and girls were the face of the brand.