Gender Neutral Dolls Are Finally Here and They Need To Stay

Mattel is dismantling gender stereotypes that prevent kids from expressing themselves.

Photo credit: still from video below, Time Magazine

By Andrew Deen

Ever since the first Barbie doll came out in 1959, Mattel has dominated the American doll market by keeping up with trends and cultural shifts over the years. Recently, it’s been…




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