Lego Ideas Set 21312 - Women of NASA - £19.99 (£23.95 Delivered) @ Lego Store
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Lego Ideas Set 21312 - Women of NASA - £19.99 (£23.95 Delivered) @ Lego Store

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Edited by:"only4ali"Found 1st Nov
Not a deal at retail price but a nice set to buy before they are all gone like LEGO NASA Apollo Saturn V - 21309

Explore the professions of some of the groundbreaking women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with the LEGO Ideas Women of NASA set

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powerbrick10 h, 22 m ago

This set should be avoided as promotes sexism


Or...challenges sexism by showing STEM fields have successful women in them. Aerospace is an industry notorious for being male-dominated. This is a great idea to promote to young women that they can achieve anything they want in any field and they have idols to look up to.

Or you know..lets package another DC superheros slutty female comic character set
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 1st Nov
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Pretty small set. Would have preferred one of them to have been the nasa tea lady.

This set should be avoided as promotes sexism

Girlie Lego sets tend to bomb,but you never know it could go with Saturn V and rocket.

They ruined Ghostbusters now they are expanding the stupidity
You can buy at John Lewis and have it delivered poorly packaged best stick to Lego .com.

This looks like less Lego than 3 microfighters and with no Disney license to pay seems very overpriced
Edited by: "snatch_master" 1st Nov

Forgot this was out today, hopefully our new toys r us has them in stock

Not worth the money. A total rip-off as NASA don’t charge a licence fee. LEGO are taking the piss these days

I think its an awesome set on quite a few levels!

malm2 h, 30 m ago

Girlie Lego sets tend to bomb,but you never know it could go with Saturn V …Girlie Lego sets tend to bomb,but you never know it could go with Saturn V and rocket.They ruined Ghostbusters now they are expanding the stupidityYou can buy at John Lewis and have it delivered poorly packaged best stick to Lego .com.


LEGO 21110 went OOS really quickly and that was a similar idea (3 female scientists). I think this may be similarly popular.

Don't forget to check for the £5 off with paypal

powerbrick10 h, 22 m ago

This set should be avoided as promotes sexism


Or...challenges sexism by showing STEM fields have successful women in them. Aerospace is an industry notorious for being male-dominated. This is a great idea to promote to young women that they can achieve anything they want in any field and they have idols to look up to.

Or you know..lets package another DC superheros slutty female comic character set
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 1st Nov

stevenfeeney30 m ago

Or...challenges sexism by showing STEM fields have successful women in …Or...challenges sexism by showing STEM fields have successful women in them. Aerospace is an industry notorious for being male-dominated. This is a great idea to promote to young women that they can achieve anything they want in any field and they have idols to look up to. Or you know..lets package another DC superheros slutty female comic character set


slutty Lego DCSHG is hardly a Hentai grade anime.

powerbrick3 m ago

slutty Lego DCSHG is hardly a Hentai grade anime.


Have you seen some of the DC Superhero costumes? Not just Lego...here is Starfire from DC.

Some of the writers actually left the series due to constant DC sexualisation of female characters. Esp since Starfire is a teen series...

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Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 1st Nov

stevenfeeney2 m ago

Have you seen some of the DC Superhero costumes? Not just Lego...here is …Have you seen some of the DC Superhero costumes? Not just Lego...here is Starfire from DC. Some of the writers actually left the series due to constant DC sexualisation of female characters. Esp since Starfire is a teen series...[Image]


c'mon, the Lego one is a tad more tame

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stevenfeeney18 m ago

Have you seen some of the DC Superhero costumes? Not just Lego...here is …Have you seen some of the DC Superhero costumes? Not just Lego...here is Starfire from DC. Some of the writers actually left the series due to constant DC sexualisation of female characters. Esp since Starfire is a teen series...[Image]


Really, you want comics to be a "safe space"? You really don't need to read them. How dare men see woman in a sexual way. It's a good job nature finds a way. I work in an office which is 80% woman. Your comic example is very tame compared to what I hear them talk about.

Great little Lego set by the way which I think will sell well. Heat for deal.
Edited by: "daBluone" 1st Nov

daBluone19 m ago

Really, you want comics to be a "safe space"? You really don't need to …Really, you want comics to be a "safe space"? You really don't need to read them. How dare men see woman in a sexual way. It's a good job nature finds a way. I work in an office which is 80% woman. Your comic example is very tame compared to what I hear them talk about.Great little Lego set by the way which I think will sell well. Heat for deal.


Uh...what?

You understand that Starfire is a teenager right? And the comic is not for adults? We are not talking a out Watchmen, we are talking about an idol for 12 year olds.

Also, why have you defaulted to opposite sex relationships?

I am a comics collector, I don't want them to be a safe space. I also don't want my daughters growing up to think the only way Batman will pay attention to Catwoman is if she breaks the law or f*cks him.
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 1st Nov

powerbrick32 m ago

c'mon, the Lego one is a tad more tame[Image]


It is..I was just stressing my point that we shouldn't claim a Lego set honouring famous female aerospace pioneers is sexist...

...when girls are force fed a diet of subservient comic book heroes wearing skimpy outfits (or in the case of Harley Quinn) being full on domestically abused and tortured.

Thank you. Bought this for the awesome Margaret Hamilton set. Will be priceless when I get to tell my daughter's how she wrote the software which put boys into space.

b0d1 h, 3 m ago

Thank you. Bought this for the awesome Margaret Hamilton set. Will be …Thank you. Bought this for the awesome Margaret Hamilton set. Will be priceless when I get to tell my daughter's how she wrote the software which put boys into space.


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Hamilton in 1969, standing next to the navigation software that she and her MIT team produced for the Apollo project

Great set - thanks for the post

TabbyBoy1st Nov

Not worth the money. A total rip-off as NASA don’t charge a licence fee. L …Not worth the money. A total rip-off as NASA don’t charge a licence fee. LEGO are taking the piss these days




Surprised by this! I would have expected you to be buying as many as possible to hold and then sell on when it's EOL.
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