It doesn't bother me.
I don't LOVE pink, and probably wouldn't fill my daughter's room with pink things. But, it doesn't bother me to have to hunt through things to find a non pink item.
In the 70s, Orange, brown and Olive green were the colors for kids. In the 80s, almost all things were primary colors. Little Tykes toys were the traditional white with dark blue, red, and green accents. Then, the bright pastels (or jewel tones) were popular, now it's the light pink, or earth tones. Nothing lasts forever.
I think people make too big of a deal out of it personally.
Try to find a men's polo shirt in a traditional Man color these days... you have to look on Land's End, or LL bean. In the stores, they are all Easter basket colors now. My husband won't wear those. I don't judge. He doesn't like them, so, we just did his entire wardrobe online. (much more expensive than the Izod outlet)