in today’s GTFOHWTBS news…
Look dammit. I don’t care who you sleep with. I don’t care who you marry.
But the gay mafia has stepped over the line with this…
Drag Queen Barbie.
If you don’t understand why this should make any woman who grew up lovin Barbie breathe FIRE, then this article ain’t for you.
If you can’t understand why a mother would balk at the idea of giving this to her daughter (or son) for all that it implies, then this article ain’t for you.
Are you trying to say that the doll I knew to be a woman all these many years and loved and trusted as a woman and projected my sense of fabuloisity on is actually A MAN?????
This is the type of thing that divides the hetero and gay community.
Barbie has served as a questionable role model for girls world wide since Mattel released the first fashion doll in 1959, now the company has unveiled their first ever drag queen barbie, with creative help from fashion designer Phillipe Blond, a well-known cross-dresser himself.
The “Blonds Blond Diamond Barbie Doll” comes with platinum blonde hair, low-cut silver dress, flowing fur coat, a heavy mascara.
Honestly, there’s nothing about this gender-bending Barbie to suggest she’s actually a he in costume, leading us to wonder if under that shiny dress little girls may discover the first ever Barbie with a bulge.
Mattel Inc. commissioned Phillipe and David Blond, and The Blonds fashion label, who have praised the line of dolls ever since they launched their ow company in 2007. Mattel is vocally pleased with the result, according to Cathy Cline, the company’s vice president of marketing for Mattel’s girls’ products.
“One of the great things about Barbie is that she continues to push the envelope,” she told the The New York Times. “Barbie doesn’t worry about what other people think.
Phillipe Blond echoed Cline’s statement, noting, “Fashion is a form of self-expression and we believe that everyone should feel glamorous every day.”
The doll, which disappointingly bears no resemblance to Barbie’s perennial boyfriend, Ken, also comes with several accessories, including a silver cuff, cocktail ring and silver pumps with a pink sole. The only thing about this new Barbie that screams drag queen is the excessive eyelash extensions.
The new Barbie does bear a resemblance to Phillipe Blond, who sports similar flowing blonde hair. According to David Blond, the cross-dressing doll is only “loosely based on Phillipe and his character that he plays within our little Blond world.”
The official description of the new Barbie notes that the drag queen Barbie is “pretty, provocative and magical.”
The description continues, “Phillipe and David Blond believe that every woman should be glamorous every day.”
Let me get this straight. Little girls will be taught through pretend play that to be glamorous you have to be a man pretending to be a woman?
And all of this is being done to make a cross-dressing gay designer feel good about himself? Never mind the impressionable mind of a 5-year-old.
Gives clarity to the term “get ’em while they are young”
This is so wrong for so many reasons. I’ll say again. I’m all for gay rights…I’m NOT for indoctrination.