The Barbie doll is often scrutinized for being unrealistic and difficult to relate to for young girls, but the new Lammily doll, also known as a "normal barbie" has completely changed how young girls see these dolls and themselves.
These dolls with pimples and cellulite have been around for about a year now, and they look more realistic and relatable than any Barbies on the market.
— ELLE Magazine (US) (@ELLEmagazine) September 23, 2015
The doll has taken a new step towards being more human, though. Now she gets her period.
The creator of the doll, Nickolay Lamm, told TIME, "It's just what happens in real life." The creator also went on to say that they wanted to include this feature with the doll so that it's not a "scary" thing when a young girl gets her period.
The "Period Party" kit comes equipped with a pamphlet that explains periods, underwear, and 18 pads for the doll. There's even a calendar so that the doll's owner can track the doll's period.
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