The pink tax is a ridiculous phenomenon. Studies show that women end up paying over $1,300 more every year than men do for the same products and services. For example, on average, women’s jeans cost 10 percent more than men’s. That pain reliever with the same active ingredient is more expensive. Even baby bottles and toys packaged and marketed to girls end up costing more. Based on the math, women will pay an extra $40,000 by the age of 30 and $65,000 more by age 50.