Lammily

Learning about menstruation doesn't have to be awkward.
Swimsuit season is right around the corner. Regardless of what that means to you, "Normal Barbie" is here to say that all
After his 3D-printed "Normal Barbie" prototype went viral in 2013, and a subsequent crowd-funding campaign exceeded its goal
Why should the 91 percent feel bad about their bodies because of the portrayal of the 5 percent as "ideal"? This is exactly what the creators of the Lammily doll, otherwise known as the "normal Barbie," wanted to correct.
I hate to criticize Lammily -- the new "normal" looking doll for little girls -- as challenging the all-mighty Barbie and her size negative-four standards is a commendable act. That said... I'm about to criticize Lammily.
"I feel that, right now, dolls are very 'perfect' looking, when, in real life, few of us have perfect skin," Lamm told The
When I look at current fashion dolls, I'm reminded of my experience in high school and that of my cousin. I'm reminded that there are some things that are just a mirage and not worth emulating. Moreover, I'm reminded that there is beauty in embracing all the aspects of who you are, and in staying true to you.
The "Lammily" doll is meant to be an alternative to Barbie, and other unrealistic girl-marketed dolls. Barbie made headlines