After all, women already earn less income; why should they also pay more for equivalent products and services?
Apparel, such as a pair of jeans, or services like a haircut, are a few common examples. Children's toys marketed to girls are another example.
“pink tax,” a markup on goods and services marketed to women and for which men pay less for similar products and services
haircuts, dry cleaning, clothing alterations, car repairs, and other services—not at products
silk shirts, wool jackets, cotton suits, suit jackets, blazers, leather shoes, and golf shoes
tariffs on women’s items are higher.
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