Kids can have now, dolls that look like them and that they can relate to, because after having a little boy participate in their previous pub for the brand Moshino, Mattel changes his face and breaks the stereotypes.
To coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8, Mattel unveiled a new crop of role models from 20 different countries — in doll form. The brand chose women from ages 19 to 85 with a diverse array of careers for the new release, and representing the U.S. is Grown-ish actress Yara Shahidi.
Enfin les enfants pourront avoir des poupées qui leurs ressembles et auxquels ils pourront s'identifier, car après avoir fait participer un petit garçon dans leur précédente pub pour la marque Moshino, Mattel change de visage et casse les stéréotypes.
It’s detrimental to girls’ lives when they don’t see themselves represented in a true light and I think that was something that I was really missing when I was growing up. I just didn’t have anyone to base myself on. I had Scary Spice but I don’t think I really wanted to base myself on Scary Spice.
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In honor of #InternationalWomensDay, we are committed to shining a light on empowering female role models past and present in an effort to inspire more girls.— Barbie (@Barbie) 6 mars 2018
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