Here we have coloring pages for boys. This is intended for older boys, not the youngest ones still in the toddler stage.
I'm going to go on a bit of a rant here, so please excuse me for that and chalk it up to somebody who is simply tired of political correctness. Boys will be boys, and they don't want the same sorts of coloring pages as girls. They never have, and hopefully never will.
Back in the '70s, there was a somewhat famous article written by someone who no doubt had very good intentions. She (and I have to assume that it was a she, though it might not have been) wrote about a student in the high school of the future (presumably by now, incidentally), when things would be 'better.' This student played football, and babysat, and played with dolls, and dressed in pink and liked to do this and that with power tools and knitting. You get the picture. The punchline was that you couldn't tell if the kid was a boy or a girl - and this was considered the ultimate aim of social progress! The name of 'it' was Baby X or something like that.
Well, here we will have none of that. If boys want to color in pictures of fast cars and planes, and girls want to color in pictures of Barbie and unicorns, that is AOK Charlie. So, I don't want to mislead anyone, these coloring pages are intended for boys and not for Baby X's. Girls are certainly welcome to color in whatever they wish here, and more power to them if they like dinosaurs and choppers and so forth, but this page has been designed with a distinct masculine orientation. Which is not to say that we are trying to inculcate boys so that they turn into trained assassins or mercenaries or anything like that when they get older. We simply want to give them what they want for a change and not try to socially engineer them.
OK, rant mode off. Oh, and I certainly respect the opinions of those who violently disagree with this stance and think it is the cause of all the ills of the world. I respectfully disagree. Boys do not have solely rough edges, but they do tend to have more than girls.