http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-35486308 "Boots has reduced the price of "feminine" razors to bring them in line with men's. The chemist chain says it's just an isolated incident, but campaigners say its part of a "pink tax" that discriminates against women. Who's right and what's the bigger story, ask Jessica McCallin and Claire Bates. Campaigners against what's been dubbed the "pink tax" - where retailers charge women more than men for similar products - are celebrating after Boots said it would change the price of some of its goods." The article gives examples of other products that have a price premium added where there is feminine styling. Surely men's razors will work as well on women as women's razors do? Why on earth does anybody buy the pink ones?