Hasbro Gaming Unisex-Adult Grab and Go Guess Who Game, Multicoloured, One Size
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You don’t have to flip down all the characters on your player board to make a guess. Ruling out more characters just makes it easier to guess correctly.
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Modern commentators have noted a bias toward white and male characters in Guess Who. In 2012, a six-year-old girl wrote to Hasbro asking why there were only five female characters to choose from, against nineteen male. Hasbro's response noted that each characteristic in the game – such as wearing glasses, or having red hair  – was based on a numerical equation, and deliberately appeared exactly five times. The company wrote that the game was intended to "draw attention away from using gender or ethnicity as the focal point, and to concentrate on those things that we all have in common, rather than focus on our differences".  Every time you ask your opponent a yes or no question, the answer gets you closer to who’s on their Mystery Card. But you better watch out, because they’ll be asking you questions too! Guess and guess until you’re the winner in this handy on-the-go version of Guess Who?! a b Pahle, Rebecca (19 November 2012). "Six-Year-Old Girl (Board) Gamer Calls out Guess Who? on Its Gender Inequality; Hasbro's Response is Both Hilarious and Awful". The Mary Sue.
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