lp has sent in a really puzzling article.
The main argument seems to be:
Girls are heavily pressured into all things pink and fluffy, which you might think is restricting their options.
Moreover, there’s nothing hard-wired about the pink preference: it really is the result of societal pressures.
But not to worry: everything important is hard-wired, so environment can only make a negligible difference.
So the pink pressure can’t have any significant effects.
The last premise would seem to be a bit strong. It would also seem to require a bit more support than the article gives (a few anecdotes about girls who wear pink but also like mud, and so on).