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[Image via Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair.]
For years, people have been upset about Barbie dolls possibly affecting the way that little girls see themselves and their own sense of beauty. Especially since NO ONE can compare to Barbie’s unrealistic proportions!
So, when Mattel and Girl Scouts teamed up to make a themed Barbie, people weren’t very happy.
After years of waiting for the ridiculous proportions of Barbie dolls to change, someone has done something about it.
Nickolay Lamm wanted to show women that average is beautiful, so he went online, found the normal proportions for a woman, and created a prototype off of an average 19-year-old woman.
The pics went viral, and gave the inventor the boost he needed to get the show on the road!
Now, Nickolay is looking to finish funding his Lammily dolls, even after raising $95,000 in crowdfunding, which will include lots of diversity too!
She wears minimal makeup, promotes a healthy lifestyle, and has an advanced design that allows the doll to move her wrists, knees, elbows, and feet.
And, with the doll's tagline of being "Average is beautiful," we are literally jumping for joy at the direction dolls aimed at kids are going in.
P.S. If you want to donate, CLICK HERE! And see more images of the doll (below)!
Bey and HOVA threw a puuuurdy princess-themed bash which included pink and white roses that hit for $95,000, a $2,000 cake and a bedazzled diamond Barbie doll that cost $80,000.
And on top of that, the lovebirds also spent
Previously, we told you that Mattel was releasing a new barbie doll….
…Now, we've got some new details!
Barbie is not only changing up her look, but she's doing it for a damn good cause!
As we mentioned before Mattel has announced they are preparing to release a special edition of the classic doll exclusively for children who have cancer or who have lost their hair for medical reasons.