Markets in (Almost, But Not Quite) Everything, Baby Sex Edition

Mary Rabiner is a professional baby-room decorator:

Most Unusual Service: She finds out the baby’s sex, but the parents stay in the dark. Biggest Mistake: “On my first job, I charged the fabric to the mother-to-be’s credit card. She knew the price differential of the boy’s fabric versus the girl’s and figured out immediately what she was having.”

For enough money, you can hire people to know things for you.

Because you couldn’t possibly furnish a room for a new born that wasn’t gender-stereotyped, now could you?