Look, I knew I would never get Barbie, not because she didn’t exist in my mind but because we didn’t have tall long legged
blond blue eyed women where I was and if we did they were covered most of the winter and even if they shed their winter weight
they wore T-shirts over their swim suits in the summertime. So how could you tell?
SO a young lady from Oregon decided to build a life size model using the scale as the doll was made.
Not someone I want to be with. Check out her story CLICK!
“The goal in creating Barbie’s likeness was to start conversation. “Talking about eating disorders is taboo to many people, and this made people talk about it,” Slayen said. “It’s a shocking image. A lot of people have seen it, and it’s started debates,” she said, particularly after she wrote about it for the Huffington Post. “Her proportions are not 100 percent correct, but her look is not invalid.” Check out more on this CLICK!