Here in the UK, pink is associated with baby girls, female clothing, cosmetic products, mobile phone casings… but almost always with a feminine slant.  Some guys will wear pink shirts, but normally with business suits to re-establish their masculinity.

Pink paint is generally an interior covering, and pink cars tend to either to be driven by specialist women only taxi firms or Katie Price.

I generalise of course, but my point is that it’s a colour usually used with restraint.

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