Which of these stories is more headscratching? I think we need a baffle-off:
1] Is Yoya at risk of losing its core target market?? A gay uncle in the fashion industry [punchline writes self] shops Yoya, the West Village temple to Netto, Ooba, some $600 metallic diaper bags from Not Rational [ditto] for the NY Times. His verdict: "average" kids want less MoMA, more My Little Pony. [but, but what about "above average"?]
2] Then there's the Anglo-Dominicana family from Long Island who's suing their fertility clinic for mixing up the sperm samples. They try to insist their black daughter isn't a "mistake," just a "mishap". Oh wait, let's go to the tape: "we are reminded of this terrible mistake each and every time we look at her."
If only there were some kind of hair product that could help...