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Is that an official Barbie? Id support female kids getting this toy as opposed to an actual Barbie doll anyday......
 





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Bratz are just some sassy dolls from my childhood. Idk how anyone could say American isn’t diverse, we’re a melting pot. It’s pretty inclusive too. There’s a safe place and push for representation for everything.
 





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Bratz was basically proven to be a psy-op against children, started by an old Jewish guy.... from Persia I think? Anyways, they were pretty obvious agenda-pushing tools and Im a but surprised to see you defending them on here.
 





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Oh look now we have a doll in a hijab, so diverse aren't we~

Who cares, we've had them for ages. this isn't something new.
 





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I'm pretty sure diversity issues stem much deeper than an inclusive Barbie, which may I add, sucks! I've always hated Barbie. Enforcing unrealistic beauty standards on unsuspecting young girls and blind parents.

She'd always been blonde with blue eyes anyway and black Barbie usually had straight hair anyway.

I think, based on my experiences here, that the Americans are more segregated by race than the Brits. Quite sad really...
 





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Well, if all you know is the news you see, then you will think America is more segregated. There will always be some tribalism in all countries for the foreseeable future. But if you were to look at college campuses you would see similar things to any other country, which is a mix from inter mingling of races to said tribalism. In the end, it is not a countries choice but a persons on who they associate with. I am just saying the news gives off a false narrative of what is actually happening in every day life in the US in many cases.
 





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I'm pretty sure diversity issues stem much deeper than an inclusive Barbie, which may I add, sucks! I've always hated Barbie. Enforcing unrealistic beauty standards on unsuspecting young girls and blind parents.

She'd always been blonde with blue eyes anyway and black Barbie usually had straight hair anyway.

I think, based on my experiences here, that the Americans are more segregated by race than the Brits. Quite sad really...
Because Barbie has always been a character, there have been other dolls but they aren't as popular. I'm pretty sure Barbie was modeled after the creator's daughter who was blonde.

I grew up in KSA so i had both Barbie and fulla lol
 





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It's not the news that tells me this, it's the attitude you guys have on here. It's like you have contempt for anyone who does anything foreign to you. The attitudes some of you have about different religions, cultures, people, immigration etc. I mean it wouldn't hurt to go down to the local temple, mosque or community centre and just meet with people who you wouldn't generally socialise with.

Again, this is just a general observation and I'm aware that every American is different.