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Do women pay a 'pink tax' for gender-marketed products?

“Broadly speaking, there doesn’t seem to be a systemic difference in price for most consumer products,” public finance fellow Jorge Barro told KHOU 11. However, he explained that “there could be some, for example, inactive ingredients that make a product higher quality as it’s targeted to one gender over the other."