It's a Malibu Barbie world. Pointlessly gendered products are anything but rare. Pink razors, pink deodorant and pink tool kits abound. But even in the fuscia fantasyland of femininity cooked up by a notoriously male-dominated ad industry, some women-targeted products surpass credulity, diving headfirst into the surreal. These are the purest manifestations of the deranged and predatory marketing hive mind, in which women are walking piggybanks brimming with cash, insecurity and an insatiable hunger for all things pink.