Barbie recently made a survey asking mothers about their famous dolls and 86% of the mothers said that they were skeptical about buying one to their daughter. They were worried abour the type of role models that they would be exposed to. That’s why the company decided to create 17 new dolls each dedicated to a talented and special woman who inspired the world and left their stigma on people. However, many people were torn about whether this was a good or bad choice.
1. Frida Kahlo, Artist
The bad thing about Frida is that her brows were done wrong and her figure is extremely small.
2. Amelia Earhart
The aviation pioneer who got lost with her airplane on her first flight.
3. Martyna Wojciechowska, Journalist
Martyna completed the Seven Summits in 2010 after managing to climb the seven tallest mountains on earth, a journey that she started back in 2002.
4. Patty Jenkins, Filmmaker
The famed director of Wonder Woman who made her big ‘bang’ in 2017.
5. Katherine Johnson, NASA Mathematician and Physicist
Ms. Johnson’s calculations of orbital mechanics were crucial in the success of the first U.S manned spaceflights.
6. Ava DuVernay, Filmmaker
This wonder woman was the first black woman to win the directing award at Sundance Film Festival and also the first black female director to win a Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations.
7. Helene Darroze, Renowner Chef
Helene has gathered two Michellin stars and is the owner of three restaurants, in London, Paris and Moscow.
8. Ashley Graham, Model and Activist
The point in Barbie’s initiative isn’t to create a limited number of such dolls just for Women’s Day, but to insert them formally in the market. Also, the company should start creating fuller figures and not make everyone look like they suffer from anorexia nervosa.