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stop playing with Barbies by mehawhaw MORE MEMES

barbies: silverbellsolicitor It kind of really corfuses me when Barbie commercials have little girls dressing them up and brushing their hair Like no Barbie is not about fashion. Barbie is about collecting as many dolls as you can get your grubby 7 year old hands on and dominating the living room with your expansive empire of plastic women. Barbie is about creating intricate social structures and spicy inter-family conflicts between town house residents. Barbie is about formulating complex back stories for tortured Ken dolls with emotional scars. It's about creating near-sadistic dramatic plot twists that split up marriages and cause that one Barble you really dislike to be ceremoniously tossed down the stairs in order to be offed by the jealous ex-wife of Ken #4. kerryrenaissance Yes, but how do you make it into a marketable commercial that won't frealk parents and caregivers out? quasi-normalcy I've always had the impression that advertisers don't really understand how girls play with their toys. mappysnappy When I played with Barbies I had this thing called The Dead Pit" which was a purple bratz laundry hamper. So whenever a Barbie got killed off she would go in there. And what I would do was I would carry her to the dead pit while singing the dead pit song. The dead pit song was just saying The dead pit over and over again in different tones. Anyway, once I finally reached the pitl would announce (name) has died. And drop her in. I would wait a few moments. Then, I would violently shake the hamper while shrieking, pretending to be the tortured souls of dead barbies from the underworld. I thought it was hilarious Source: duplexity 126,102 notes Barbie pit
 barbies: silverbellsolicitor
 It kind of really corfuses me when Barbie commercials have little girls dressing
 them up and brushing their hair
 Like no
 Barbie is not about fashion. Barbie is about collecting as many dolls as you can
 get your grubby 7 year old hands on and dominating the living room with your
 expansive empire of plastic women. Barbie is about creating intricate social
 structures and spicy inter-family conflicts between town house residents. Barbie
 is about formulating complex back stories for tortured Ken dolls with emotional
 scars. It's about creating near-sadistic dramatic plot twists that split up
 marriages and cause that one Barble you really dislike to be ceremoniously
 tossed down the stairs in order to be offed by the jealous ex-wife of Ken #4.
 kerryrenaissance
 Yes, but how do you make it into a marketable commercial that won't frealk
 parents and caregivers out?
 quasi-normalcy
 I've always had the impression that advertisers don't really understand how
 girls play with their toys.
 mappysnappy
 When I played with Barbies I had this thing called The Dead Pit" which was a
 purple bratz laundry hamper. So whenever a Barbie got killed off she would go
 in there. And what I would do was I would carry her to the dead pit while
 singing the dead pit song. The dead pit song was just saying The dead pit
 over and over again in different tones. Anyway, once I finally reached the pitl
 would announce (name) has died. And drop her in. I would wait a few
 moments. Then, I would violently shake the hamper while shrieking, pretending
 to be the tortured souls of dead barbies from the underworld. I thought it was
 hilarious
 Source: duplexity
 126,102 notes
Barbie pit

Barbie pit

barbies: silverbellsolicitor It kind of really confuses me when Barbie commercials have little girls dressing them up and brushing their hair Like no Barbie is not about fashion. Barbie is about collecting as many dolls as you can get your grubby 7 year old hands on and dominating the living room with your expansive empire of plastic women. Barbie is about creating intricate social structures and spicy inter-family conflicts between town house residents. Barbie is about formulating complex back stories for tortured Ken dolls with emotional scars. It's about creating near-sadistic dramatic plot twists that split up marriages and cause that one Barbie you really dislike to be ceremoniously tossed down the stairs in order to be offed by the jealous ex-wife of Ken #4 kerryrenaissance Yes, but how do you make it into a marketable commercial that won't freak parents and caregivers o ut? quasi-normalcy l've always had the impression that advertisers don't really understand how girls play with their toys. mappysnappy When I played with Barbies I had this thing called The Dead Pit" which was a purple bratz laundry hamper. So whenever a Barbie got killed off she would go in there. And what I would do was I would carry her to the dead pit while singing the dead pit song. The dead pit song was just saying "The dead pit over and over again in different tones. Anyway, once I finally reached the pit l would announce (name) has died." And drop her in. I would wait a few moments. Then, I would violently shake the hamper while shrieking, pretending to be the tortured souls of dead barbies from the underworld. I thought it was hilarious. Source: duplexity 126,102 notes All Hail the Dead Pit
 barbies: silverbellsolicitor
 It kind of really confuses me when Barbie commercials have little girls dressing
 them up and brushing their hair
 Like no
 Barbie is not about fashion. Barbie is about collecting as many dolls as you can
 get your grubby 7 year old hands on and dominating the living room with your
 expansive empire of plastic women. Barbie is about creating intricate social
 structures and spicy inter-family conflicts between town house residents. Barbie
 is about formulating complex back stories for tortured Ken dolls with emotional
 scars. It's about creating near-sadistic dramatic plot twists that split up
 marriages and cause that one Barbie you really dislike to be ceremoniously
 tossed down the stairs in order to be offed by the jealous ex-wife of Ken #4
 kerryrenaissance
 Yes, but how do you make it into a marketable commercial that won't freak
 parents and caregivers o
 ut?
 quasi-normalcy
 l've always had the impression that advertisers don't really understand how
 girls play with their toys.
 mappysnappy
 When I played with Barbies I had this thing called The Dead Pit" which was a
 purple bratz laundry hamper. So whenever a Barbie got killed off she would go
 in there. And what I would do was I would carry her to the dead pit while
 singing the dead pit song. The dead pit song was just saying "The dead pit
 over and over again in different tones. Anyway, once I finally reached the pit l
 would announce (name) has died." And drop her in. I would wait a few
 moments. Then, I would violently shake the hamper while shrieking, pretending
 to be the tortured souls of dead barbies from the underworld. I thought it was
 hilarious.
 Source: duplexity
 126,102 notes
All Hail the Dead Pit

All Hail the Dead Pit

barbies: New York Magazine @NYMag 2W Follow Is it possible to raise your child entirely without gender from birth? Meet the parents raising theybies Is It Possible to Raise Your Child Entirely Without Gender? Some parents are trying. hecut.com 7:18 PM- 11 Apr 2018 <p><a href="http://burningmanonacid.tumblr.com/post/172996231095/feminists-against-feminism-rye-juice" class="tumblr_blog">burningmanonacid</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://feminists-against-feminism.tumblr.com/post/172981293843/rye-juice-feminists-against-feminism" class="tumblr_blog">feminists-against-feminism</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://rye-juice.tumblr.com/post/172979930827/feminists-against-feminism-libertarirynn-i" class="tumblr_blog">rye-juice</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://feminists-against-feminism.tumblr.com/post/172978019973/libertarirynn-i-want-off-this-clown-world-this" class="tumblr_blog">feminists-against-feminism</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/172975643934/i-want-off-this-clown-world" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>I want off this clown world</p></blockquote> <p>This will be remembered as “is it possible to raise your child out of something innate? No, but that didn’t stop us from violating them in the attempt”</p> </blockquote> <p>Wasnt there a couple who raised a boy as a girl cause of a botched circumcision, and he ended up killing himself? This is a shitty idea and no one can convince me otherwise.</p> </blockquote> <p>its the psychological equivalent. It’s a nonviolent cult idea, but a cult idea none the less</p></blockquote> <p>There’s a difference between raising “theybies” And raising kids without gender roles. Like I was raised very much without concern for gender roles. I wore boys clothing a lot of times to go play. My best friend was a dude and he played Ken in barbies but we would also play dinosaurs together. I got down and dirty and caught snakes and raccoons. Originally I was enrolled in dance classes, but at 6 I said I hated it and waned to do sports instead, so my parents enrolled me in soccer. When we went to mcdonalds and I got a happy meal, my mom would always ask “do you want a girl toy or a boy toy?” I turned out fine. That was a very good way to raise a kid because it never forced me to like this thing over that. It let me find my own interests and enjoy them without being shamed or told “thats not for you.” </p><p>However raising “theybies” is going to be reinforcing the harmful “thats not for you” because of the forceful aversion to anything even remotely representative of gender. Instead of allowing the kid to explore interests across a broad range, it’ll be about forcing the parents ideas of gender on to the child without letting the child explore their own personality, interests, etc. </p></blockquote> <p>Exactly. Like I’m not saying you can’t have kids with interests outside of their traditional gender roles. I dare say that’s entirely normal for many children. But there’s a big difference between that and this.</p>
 barbies: New York Magazine
 @NYMag
 2W
 Follow
 Is it possible to raise your child entirely
 without gender from birth? Meet the parents
 raising theybies
 Is It Possible to Raise Your Child Entirely Without Gender?
 Some parents are trying.
 hecut.com
 7:18 PM- 11 Apr 2018
<p><a href="http://burningmanonacid.tumblr.com/post/172996231095/feminists-against-feminism-rye-juice" class="tumblr_blog">burningmanonacid</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="https://feminists-against-feminism.tumblr.com/post/172981293843/rye-juice-feminists-against-feminism" class="tumblr_blog">feminists-against-feminism</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="https://rye-juice.tumblr.com/post/172979930827/feminists-against-feminism-libertarirynn-i" class="tumblr_blog">rye-juice</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a href="https://feminists-against-feminism.tumblr.com/post/172978019973/libertarirynn-i-want-off-this-clown-world-this" class="tumblr_blog">feminists-against-feminism</a>:</p>

<blockquote>
<p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/172975643934/i-want-off-this-clown-world" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p>
<blockquote><p>I want off this clown world</p></blockquote>
<p>This will be remembered as “is it possible to raise your child out of something innate? No, but that didn’t stop us from violating them in the attempt”</p>
</blockquote>

<p>Wasnt there a couple who raised a boy as a girl cause of a botched circumcision, and he ended up killing himself? This is a shitty idea and no one can convince me otherwise.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>its the psychological equivalent. It’s a nonviolent cult idea, but a cult idea none the less</p></blockquote>

<p>There’s a difference between raising “theybies” And raising kids without gender roles. Like I was raised very much without concern for gender roles. I wore boys clothing a lot of times to go play. My best friend was a dude and he played Ken in barbies but we would also play dinosaurs together. I got down and dirty and caught snakes and raccoons. Originally I was enrolled in dance classes, but at 6 I said I hated it and waned to do sports instead, so my parents enrolled me in soccer. When we went to mcdonalds and I got a happy meal, my mom would always ask “do you want a girl toy or a boy toy?” I turned out fine. That was a very good way to raise a kid because it never forced me to like this thing over that. It let me find my own interests and enjoy them without being shamed or told “thats not for you.” </p><p>However raising “theybies” is going to be reinforcing the harmful “thats not for you” because of the forceful aversion to anything even remotely representative of gender. Instead of allowing the kid to explore interests across a broad range, it’ll be about forcing the parents ideas of gender on to the child without letting the child explore their own personality, interests, etc. </p></blockquote>

<p>Exactly. Like I’m not saying you can’t have kids with interests outside of their traditional gender roles. I dare say that’s entirely normal for many children. But there’s a big difference between that and this.</p>

<p><a href="http://burningmanonacid.tumblr.com/post/172996231095/feminists-against-feminism-rye-juice" class="tumblr_blog">burningmanonac...

barbies: silverbellsolicitor It kind of really confuses me when Barbie commercials have little girls dressing them up and brushing their hair Like no Barbie is not about fashion. Barbie is about collecting as many dolls as you can get your grubby 7 year old hands on and dominating the living room with your expansive empire of plastic women. Barbie is about creating intricate social structures and spicy inter-family conflicts between town house residents. Barbie is about formulating complex back stories for tortured Ken dolls with emotional scars. It's about creating near-sadistic dramatic plot twists that split up marriages and cause that one Barbie you really dislike to be ceremoniously tossed down the stairs in order to be offed by the jealous ex-wife of Ken #4 kerryrenaissance Yes, but how do you make it into a marketable commercial that won't freak parents and caregivers o ut? quasi-normalcy l've always had the impression that advertisers don't really understand how girls play with their toys. mappysnappy When I played with Barbies I had this thing called The Dead Pit" which was a purple bratz laundry hamper. So whenever a Barbie got killed off she would go in there. And what I would do was I would carry her to the dead pit while singing the dead pit song. The dead pit song was just saying "The dead pit over and over again in different tones. Anyway, once I finally reached the pit l would announce (name) has died." And drop her in. I would wait a few moments. Then, I would violently shake the hamper while shrieking, pretending to be the tortured souls of dead barbies from the underworld. I thought it was hilarious. Source: duplexity 126,102 notes I am a barbie girl in a barbie hell
 barbies: silverbellsolicitor
 It kind of really confuses me when Barbie commercials have little girls dressing
 them up and brushing their hair
 Like no
 Barbie is not about fashion. Barbie is about collecting as many dolls as you can
 get your grubby 7 year old hands on and dominating the living room with your
 expansive empire of plastic women. Barbie is about creating intricate social
 structures and spicy inter-family conflicts between town house residents. Barbie
 is about formulating complex back stories for tortured Ken dolls with emotional
 scars. It's about creating near-sadistic dramatic plot twists that split up
 marriages and cause that one Barbie you really dislike to be ceremoniously
 tossed down the stairs in order to be offed by the jealous ex-wife of Ken #4
 kerryrenaissance
 Yes, but how do you make it into a marketable commercial that won't freak
 parents and caregivers o
 ut?
 quasi-normalcy
 l've always had the impression that advertisers don't really understand how
 girls play with their toys.
 mappysnappy
 When I played with Barbies I had this thing called The Dead Pit" which was a
 purple bratz laundry hamper. So whenever a Barbie got killed off she would go
 in there. And what I would do was I would carry her to the dead pit while
 singing the dead pit song. The dead pit song was just saying "The dead pit
 over and over again in different tones. Anyway, once I finally reached the pit l
 would announce (name) has died." And drop her in. I would wait a few
 moments. Then, I would violently shake the hamper while shrieking, pretending
 to be the tortured souls of dead barbies from the underworld. I thought it was
 hilarious.
 Source: duplexity
 126,102 notes
I am a barbie girl in a barbie hell

I am a barbie girl in a barbie hell

barbies: Woman Creates Same-Sex Barbie Family in Support of Marriage Equality @balleralert Woman Creates Same-Sex Barbie Family in Support of Marriage Equality-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ A doll artist in Australia has created a same-sex Barbie family to encourage others to be more supportive about marriage equality. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Betty Strachan-Otter is the artist behind these creative dolls. She sells the dolls through her "All The Little Dolls" business. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ What makes Strachan-Otter's creations so unique though, is their realism. In the past, she has created other thought provoking Barbies such as a pregnant and a breastfeeding Barbie. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ In an interview with Daily Mail, Strachan-Otter explained that she created the lesbian mothers and their three children in efforts to normalize the portrayal of same-sex families. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ "I like to use my dolls to depict scenes containing positive affirmations to those who can relate to them.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ For Strachan-Otter, same-sex marriage shouldn't even be up for debate. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ “Nobody worries about who you love when you’re in a committed straight relationship so why should same-sex couples need to be treated any differently?”
 barbies: Woman Creates Same-Sex Barbie
 Family in Support of Marriage Equality
 @balleralert
Woman Creates Same-Sex Barbie Family in Support of Marriage Equality-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ A doll artist in Australia has created a same-sex Barbie family to encourage others to be more supportive about marriage equality. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Betty Strachan-Otter is the artist behind these creative dolls. She sells the dolls through her "All The Little Dolls" business. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ What makes Strachan-Otter's creations so unique though, is their realism. In the past, she has created other thought provoking Barbies such as a pregnant and a breastfeeding Barbie. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ In an interview with Daily Mail, Strachan-Otter explained that she created the lesbian mothers and their three children in efforts to normalize the portrayal of same-sex families. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ "I like to use my dolls to depict scenes containing positive affirmations to those who can relate to them.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ For Strachan-Otter, same-sex marriage shouldn't even be up for debate. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ “Nobody worries about who you love when you’re in a committed straight relationship so why should same-sex couples need to be treated any differently?”

Woman Creates Same-Sex Barbie Family in Support of Marriage Equality-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ A doll artist in Australia has...

barbies: It kind of really confuses me when Barbie commercials have little girls dressing them up and brushing their hair Like no Barbie is not about fashion. Barbie is about collecting as many dolls as you can get your grubby 7 year old hands on and dominating the living room with your expansive empire of plastic women. Barbie is about creating intricate social structures and spicy inter-family conflicts between town house residents. Barbie is about formulating complex back stories for tortured Ken dolls with emotional scars. It's about creating near-sadistic dramatic plot twists that split up marriages and cause that one Barbie you really dislike to be ceremoniously tossed down the stairs in order to be offed by the jealous ex-wife of Ken #4. Yes, but how do you make it into a marketable commercial that won't freak parents and caregivers out? I've always had the impression that advertisers don't really understand how girls play with their toys. When I played with Barbies I had this thing called "The Dead Pit" which was a purple bratz laundry hamper. So whenever a Barbie got killed off she would go in there. And what I would do was I would carry her to the dead pit while singing the dead pit song. The dead pit song was just saying "The dead pit" over and over again in different tones. Anyway, once I finally reached the pit I would announce "(name) has died." And drop her in. I would wait a few moments. Then, I would violently shake the hamper while shrieking, pretending to be the tortured souls of dead barbies from the underworld l thought it was hilarious. this shit is honestly so fucking real I had a Cindy and a Ken and one day Cindy was so angry at Ken she ripped off her own leg and beat him to death with it. Then I moved onto the lego. If your Barbies' lives aren't like Game of Thrones, you're not doing it right. When I was 6/7, I buried my Barbie doll in the school's playground because I wanted her soul to haunt it I never really had barbies, but when I was a kid I used to play a game called 'Highway to Extinction' which was just me jamming a playskool jeep full of dinosaur beanie babies and ramming it repeatedly into a wall My barbies were basically paint brushes with female bodies for handles. What the fuck Math class is tough!
 barbies: It kind of really confuses me when Barbie
 commercials have little girls dressing them up
 and brushing their hair
 Like no
 Barbie is not about fashion. Barbie is about
 collecting as many dolls as you can get your
 grubby 7 year old hands on and dominating the
 living room with your expansive empire of
 plastic women. Barbie is about creating
 intricate social structures and spicy inter-family
 conflicts between town house residents. Barbie
 is about formulating complex back stories for
 tortured Ken dolls with emotional scars. It's
 about creating near-sadistic dramatic plot
 twists that split up marriages and cause that
 one Barbie you really dislike to be
 ceremoniously tossed down the stairs in order
 to be offed by the jealous ex-wife of Ken #4.
 Yes, but how do you make it into a marketable
 commercial that won't freak parents and
 caregivers out?
 I've always had the impression that advertisers
 don't really understand how girls play with their
 toys.
 When I played with Barbies I had this thing called
 "The Dead Pit" which was a purple bratz laundry
 hamper. So whenever a Barbie got killed off she
 would go in there. And what I would do was I would
 carry her to the dead pit while singing the dead pit
 song. The dead pit song was just saying "The dead
 pit" over and over again in different tones. Anyway,
 once I finally reached the pit I would announce
 "(name) has died." And drop her in. I would wait a
 few moments. Then, I would violently shake the
 hamper while shrieking, pretending to be the
 tortured souls of dead barbies from the underworld
 l thought it was hilarious.
 this shit is honestly so fucking real
 I had a Cindy and a Ken and one day Cindy was so
 angry at Ken she ripped off her own leg and beat him
 to death with it. Then I moved onto the lego.
 If your Barbies' lives aren't like Game of Thrones, you're
 not doing it right.
 When I was 6/7, I buried my Barbie doll in the school's
 playground because I wanted her soul to haunt it
 I never really had barbies, but when I was a kid I used to play
 a game called 'Highway to Extinction' which was just me
 jamming a playskool jeep full of dinosaur beanie babies and
 ramming it repeatedly into a wall
 My barbies were basically paint brushes with female bodies for
 handles.
 What the fuck
Math class is tough!

Math class is tough!