Mattel’s Black Lives Matter Trans American Barbie one of many ‘creatable world’ dolls

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Mattel released a Black Lives Matter Trans American Barbie in the fall. The product drew its fair share of criticisms.

And, of course, it had its supporters.

In fact, people who aren’t comfortable with these Black Lives Matter Trans American barbies are “white supremacists,” according to some liberals seeking to further the fundamental transformation of America.

One blogger wrote:

“Black people scare the crap out of them and gender fluidity scares them more.”

Trixie Mattel, which is some sort of YouTube character, promotes Mattel’s “creatable world” dolls.

“Since the world has been much more open-minded and aware of spectrums and identities and genders, they wanted to create a play experience that was in line with that,” Trixie said.

Trixie strips down one of the dolls and shows there are no “real, like, traditional society identifying — like that’s male, that’s female.”

I think Trixie means no biology — no penis or vagina.

Trixie’s video has nearly 600,000 views. Trixie has 1.1 million subscribers. So people actually watch this stuff.

“It’s not up to the child to play with what it is, it’s up to the parent to provide the children with all types of toys — all different sizes and colors and shapes and everything,” Trixie said.


Author: Jacob Hall