Barbie, the ever-so-wonderful doll that almost no girl in the States is found without, has been banned in countries like Saudi Aribia, Russia and Malasia. They say she is not creative because she is not a creative doll because she is ready made and a bad role model for girls. They also say that she is evidence of Americanization.
So the critical question is should countries ban toys for these reasons? Our should countries allow children to play with Barbie because she’s a classic?
Here’s what we think:
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