What's the point? Why does anyone NEED Valentines Day, especially? I'm confused; what couple/polyandrous relationship has such a fragile relationship that they need a full 24 hours of re-asserting that they love each other? It's a Hallmark holiday; the gift card and foodstuffs industries make so money over the holiday (http://www.Businessinsider.Com/valentines-day-spending-2011-2); people DO feel left out (suicide hotline calls spike: http://www.ibtimes.com/broken-heart-syndrome-high-suicide-rates-shadow-valentines-day-some-1087418), and the fact that the whole holiday is still stuck in the age of 2-person heterosexual couples Is not only misogynistic and homophobic, but also a big assault on the polyandrous community.
The whole concept of gender-specific colors are botched... The entire concept of pink and purple being 'feminine' colors and blue and orange being 'masculine colors' are botched and the entire concept of gender-specific colors are irrelevant in the 21st century. I myself admired the color purple at a young age, and I still do (I am a CIS male). Due to the difficulty of producing the color, purple was held in high regard in ancient and medieval societies. Purple and Tyrian pink once denoted a high rank in the roman empire (http://www.Mmdtkw.Org/VPurple.Html). God requested an offering of 'of blue, and purple, and scarlet' in the old testament (Exodus 25:4, KJV). Even today, the color is associated with Royalty (https://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/Purple#Royalty). So purple, in some ways, is not so 'feminine' as it is associated with royalty.
Possible #TW:male privelige