Laverne Cox, Mattel’s official Barbie trans*

Laverne Cox, Mattel's official Barbie trans*

Mattel wanted to celebrate her 50th birthday with a special edition Barbie

U.S. actress Laverne Cox – 4 Emmy nominations for the TV series Orange is the new black – will have her very own Barbie with and features. And one-of-a-kind.

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The parent company of the world’s most famous doll has decided to create a special Barbie that can represent all trans girls. In addition, also, Mattel stated that she will make a donation in Cox’s own name to the ‘TransFamily SOS’ organization.

The new Barbie was made with the close collaboration of the actress herself, who monitored every aspect of the creation.

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”It has been a dream to work with Barbie on the creation of my doll. I look forward to fans finding my doll on the shelves and having the opportunity to add a Barbie modeled after a transgender person to their collection. I hope people can look at this Barbie and dream big, as I have in my career. The space to devote to dreams is such a powerful source that leads you to achieve more than what you initially thought was possible. This is one doll I can’t wait to add to my collection! So many trans girls grow up dreaming of dolls (and particularly Barbies) to play with. Now there is one made just for us.”

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Mattel is no stranger to this kind of inclusion; in fact, they have even produced paraplegic Barbies. And now the trans-Barbie.

Redemption Days

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The United States. A group of friends and an association that cultivates ethnic discrimination, racial superiority, and the fight against any diversity as essential pillars of its doctrine. These are the main elements of this multi-faceted novel, at times raw and hard, far from pity and useless turns of phrase, in which extreme fanaticism leads a father to desire the evil of his homosexual son, to the point of acting personally for the annihilation of this inclination. Yet “REDEMPTION DAYS” is not a novel that takes away space for hope, the same feeling that will take possession of the protagonist’s page after page, directing them to arrive very differently from the departure, a goal in which ideas change, the true virtues emerge, evil and perversions are finally removed, to achieve so, in different ways, their individual redemption.

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