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Second Graders Reacting To A Realistically Proportioned Fashion Doll Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity!

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This video will warm your heart!

We reported earlier how much we loved the realistically proportioned Lammily doll, and it looks like kids agree too!

While at an Academy in Pittsburg, 2nd graders who were presented with Lammily not only loved her, they also seemed to prefer her to Barbies!

SRSLY! You'll want to watch their priceless reactions!

Ch-ch-check out the inspiring video (below)!!!

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7 comments to “Second Graders Reacting To A Realistically Proportioned Fashion Doll Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity!”

  1. april99 says – reply to this


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    These dolls will be on the market for Christmas…………and to think this started with a Kickstarter campaign.

  2. Mac says – reply to this


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    Wow. This was so totally staged. Barbies were stupid and this is stupid. Dolls began because little girls enjoyed mothering their 'babies.'

  3. Labelle says – reply to this


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    Obviously staged. Amd the "Lammily" doll is fucking stupid.

  4. Dan says – reply to this


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    It would have been better if they hadn't staged it and told the kids what to say. The kids weren't even using their own words.



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    Re: Mac – Not all of us did, guess the "mother gene" passed me by, I used to leave my dolls outside and then they got rained on (this was before synthetic hair).

  6. Michelle says – reply to this


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    You can tell it was staged - all the kids used the exact same adjectives…I like the doll and the message it sends but this video cheapens it. Also, im pretty sure if they used more children with blonde hair, more of them would have compared themselves to the original barbie..most of the girls simply said they look most like the "normal" doll because they have brown hair like her..they don't understand how their body compares to the barbies yet.

  7. Kim says – reply to this


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    It's pretty clear that there was a "class" or "lesson" just before this on how Barbie gives kids bad self esteem … When I was a kid I felt exactly like these kids: Barbie was supposed to be fantasy and like a model or something w a fabulous life… Idk maybe it was just me but I never remember looking at Barbie and thinking, "this is how humans look" or should look. I was aware it was a toy…