Barbie-maker Mattel introduces new line of gender neutral dolls

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Barbie has introduced a new line of gender neutral dolls. They desgined the dolls to “keep labels out and invite everyone in.” Marketing transgenderism to young kids.

The toy company behind Barbie is introducing a new line of gender neutral dolls.

Mattel has created customizable dolls called Creatable World, desgined to “keep labels out and invite everyone in.” reports six initial character kits released Wednesday feature a gender-neutral doll, short and long-haired wigs, clothing, shoes and accessories that can be mixed and matched to create more than 100 characters and looks that are both female-presenting and male-presenting.

In our world, dolls are as limitless as the kids who play with them,” the company said on its website.
According to USA Today, the dolls also have an average build, abandoning the curves of Barbie or the broad shoulders of Ken. They also feature different skin tones, hair colors and textures.

Toys are a reflection of culture and as the world continues to celebrate the positive impact of inclusivity we felt it was time to create a doll line free of labels,” Kim Culmore, senior vice president of Mattel fashion doll design, told the newspaper in a statement.
The Creatable World dolls are available for $29.99 each through retailers like WalmartTarget and

It should come as no surprise toy companies are now marketing mental Illness to children in today’s world.

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