Can a doll be too sexy? Our society is embracing body positivity more than ever before, in everything from our advertising right down to the toys our children play with. If that's so, why is it that some of the doll manufacturers still haven't gotten the hint?
At what point does celebrating women turn into sexualizing women, and is there a way to spot the difference? That's what one father wants to know after he voiced concern over the outfits on his daughter's dolls. Are they"just clothes" or is there something more to the debate?