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Old 2010-02-16, 10:23am
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This is something that, to my knowledge, hasn't come up before. My first thought is that the colors would relate more to the child than the man. People tend to do more pastel-type colors for girls and darker colors for boys. I'm not intending to make a sexist statement, just an observation from seeing tons of beads. In the end I'm not sure that the color pattern of the butterfly matters so much as the butterfly itself and what it symbolizes.

Robert Simmons
(Former) Director for Bead Donations
Beads of Courage, Inc.
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