(Tea Party 247) – Can you even imagine something like this ten years ago? Even five?
The gender-bending agenda of the left has reached a whole new level of social acceptance, in the new line of “gender-neutral” dolls from Barbie maker Mattel.
This is honestly horrific.
This time-honored toy company is deliberately manufacturing dolls who are gender-bending or ambiguous to try to normalize the very false notion that one can simply change genders at will.
What’s worse, these dolls are representative of a culture of young people who is obsessed with makeup, fashion, sex, and social media.
There is literally nothing positive about this toy.
“Kids can customize the new dolls with long or short hair, pants or skirts, or both. The dolls come in six different skin tones,” Fox Business reports.
Kim Culmone, senior vice president of Mattel Fashion Doll Design, explains that the toys are being released because “kids don’t want their toys dictated by gender norms.”
“Toys are a reflection of culture and as the world continues to celebrate the positive impact of inclusivity, we felt it was time to create a doll line free of labels,” she said.
How many toys are there that aren’t associated with gender norms already?! What’s wrong with bikes, balls, board games, play kitchens, toy trucks, stuffed animals?
This is all about social engineering. If @Mattel wanted to make a doll without defined private parts, totally fine, its been done many times and gives kids options. That’s not what’s going on here. This is social engineering masquerading as a toy. pic.twitter.com/LEhRpiF4wy
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) September 25, 2019
In one ad for the new product, there is a boy with purple hair and another wearing an earring.
The ads display how the dolls have their own Instagram accounts, and they all come with smartphones with plenty of ideas for how to make doll selfies.
This is not only deviant, it’s narcissistic.
If you find this toy concept to be positively outrageous, you wouldn’t be alone. The company is rightly being accused of trying to socially engineer kids to be even more confused about their gender than they already are.
“This is all about social engineering,” Robbie Starbuck wrote. “If @Mattel wanted to make a doll without defined private parts, totally fine, its been done many times and gives kids options. That’s not what’s going on here. This is social engineering masquerading as a toy.”
“One wonders how successful the new line will be,” mused Paul Joseph Watson.
Can we trust parents to pass over these exploitative new toys and just keep getting their kids the toys that have been popular for generations, or should we pray for generations to come who will be raised thinking not only that it’s totally OK, and possible, to change your gender at will?
Featured image credit: JUCO for TIME