Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is quite a doll â literally. Sheâs thrilled to have inspired a Barbie in her likeness, and especially proud that the doll will be the first Barbie to wear a hijab. âThis is a childhood dream come true,â she posted. The doll is part of the âShe-roâ line.
âWe are so excited to honor Ibtihaj Muhammad with a one-of-a-kind Barbie doll!â Mattel posted. âIbtihaj continues to inspire women and girls everywhere to break boundaries.â
"The Barbie Doll's Not-for-Kids Origins. ... The precursor to the Barbie doll was not meant for children. Born in Germany in 1952, the inspiration for America's most famous doll was a saucy high-end c*ll girl named Lilli"
I had another source for this when subject came up last time This will suffice:
"Lilli dolls could be bought in tobacco shops, bars and adult-themed toy stores,â Gerber writes. âMen got Lilli dolls as gag gifts at bachelor parties, put them on their car dashboard, dangled them from the rearview mirror, or gave them to girlfriends as a suggestive keepsake.â https://--.timeinc.net/time/--barbie-history( this one goes too crude into details- So No more Time for Time.
I will stop with concept that this is another German influenced vein of vanity.
Most damage Barbie has done is convincing silly girls to jam their feet into rotten shoes ( to match Barbie's freak teeny tootsies) & Elevate to ideal the skeletal look as if there are no endomorphic beautiful women
From Kakhi Barbie- GI Bull Butch army- To suffragette Barbie- LibFem not a smartie- From German root Barbie- Still dressed so "tarty"- Maybe Donkey ear Barbie?- Queen of democratic party Make a "talking Barbie "? Rebuking Franken malarkey- Cook Al with Leeann Barbie!- Cooking octopus to calamari- Witch Hitlery Barbie- Screaming like a harpy- Cheese head beggar Barbie- "Al us that you're sorry "- Paula White Barbie- "Worship fems like Astarte" Hot Burka Barbie- dressed in bags like turkey!
I reported the both of you to your respective local law enforcement agencys earlier today. The goal was to press charges for malicious slander.
As I began telling an Aussie detective and then a California State trooper the story for their report, they both stopped me short and asked, "Hey, is this doll boy?" They didn't stop laughing so I hung up on both of them.