Two sexist symbols of waning cultural relevance joined forces this week when Barbie graced the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. It was the perfect match: Both the doll and the swimsuit issue have been derided by feminists for presenting an unattainable standard of feminine beauty. My Barbie had a red sports car she drove; Ken rode shotgun. And she had a pretty hot sex life. It involved a lot of plastic dry-humping. This is one of the rarely acknowledged benefits of a doll mostly singled out for her downsides: Barbie is a safe way for girls to explore dangerously adult concepts like sexuality.
I was reading an article about the criticisms of the Barbie doll. They talked about how the Barbie is not proportional and encourages poor body image in girls, showing that an unrealistic body is pretty. The site showed pictures of potential barbies with a normal realistic body. By reading this article, I wondered how the idea to make a Barbie came from. So I did some research and found the most interesting results….
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Mr Yang said he also "blocked" the man from getting near the girl by standing in between them. Realising that he was trapped, the man apparently started screaming that he wanted to get off the bus and did not wish to go to jail. Another video that Mr Yang tweeted in the same thread shows the man trying to pry open the bus door and escape, though he can be seen being pulled back by another commuter. The bus driver also helped to detain the man while passengers started alighting from the vehicle.
Mr Yang said: "He kept trying to leave and the girl was seriously damn frightened.