Barbie Doll – The ideal Figure?

While no one will argue together with the popularity of Mattel’s Barbie Doll, one region that has raised its share of controversy over the years is her figure. – Curvy Barbie

Many parents from around the world have argued that Barbie’s ultra-slim figure represents an absurd standard for the shape. They are saying that numerous girls develop convinced that they must have a similar figure as Barbie or there will be something wrong with these. When i do not take on that radical of your stance, I will say that it would be quite difficult to measure as much as Barbie’s standards.

If you take the measurements of Barbie, she would be over 7 feet in height, weigh around 125 pounds, and have a model of 32-20-42. Needless to say, no woman could have a figure like this, however is how the talk stems.

Furthermore, Barbie carries a lengthy neck. Actually, her neck is almost twice the size of the typical woman. Her feet may also be another method to obtain criticism with lots of proclaiming that Barbie’s feet are simply half the size of a standard womans because of foot binding. That is the practice of preventing you from growing by constricting them.

Some have went in terms of praoclaiming that the Barbie doll has resulted in their young children to get anorexic from wanting to maintain Barbie’s figure. I think that may be a little extreme, however i are able to see each party.

In recent years, Mattel has given in a tiny bit for this issue and widened Barbie’s waist a lttle bit. This happened throughout the year 2000. Barbie now has an even more proportioned waist.

Regardless of what Barbie’s figure seems like, or who’s wrong or right for this issue, the actual winner in this debate is Mattel. A further controversy and publicity only really helps to fuel sales. I wonder why nobody discusses Ken’s figure? – Curvy Barbie

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