Thursday, August 23, 2012

Gay Agenda Training Kids: Drag Queen Barbie Doll

The makers of G.I. Joe have created a doll to introduce children to the world of cross dressing. Whereas the homosexual media labels it a "super-gay doll," the maker Mattel Inc. downplays the deviant sexual aspect of the new Blond Diamond Barbie doll, saying it's just flamboyant fashion designed by a well-known man: drag queen Phillipe Blond (see photo below).

For background, read Largest Corporations Stampede to Support 'Gay Agenda' and also read 4-year-old Boy Encouraged to Cross Dress in Preschool as well as Scary California 'Lunch Lady' is Man in Drag

-- From "Is new Barbie a he? Media labels doll a drag queen" by Muhammed El-Hasan, Los Angeles News Group 8/22/12

[The new Barbie's] glittery, flamboyant outfit was designed by a two-man fashion team, known as The Blonds, one of whom is drag queen enthusiast Phillipe Blond.

"The Blond Diamond Barbie Collector doll celebrates the dramatic and glamorous fashions created by the designing pair David and Phillipe Blond," said Stefani Yocky, a spokeswoman for Barbie maker Mattel Inc. . . .

One commenter, Ancilla Tilia, quipped: "Finally! Drag Queen Barbie. Because boys can be anatomically incorrect girls, too."

On the Mattel site, a description of the doll says: "Our favorite blonde celebrates The Blonds, dressed for an amazing adventure."

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From "Drag Queen Barbie Is Finally Here? (No, It’s Not Ken in Heels)" by Judith Welikala, Time Magazine 8/20/12

. . . “Drag Queen Barbie” isn’t its actual title. And, in true Barbie tradition, it won’t reveal certain parts of the human anatomy — male or female.

Envisioned by fashion design duo The Blonds, the doll is officially styled, somewhat clunkily, as The Blonds Blond Diamond Barbie Doll. But it bears a striking likeness to one half of the duo, Phillipe Blond, who is himself a glamorous cross-dresser.

“One of the great things about Barbie is that she continues to push the envelope,” Cathy Cline, vice president of marketing in the United States for Mattel’s girls’ brands told the New York Times. “Barbie doesn’t worry about what other people think.”

Phillipe’s partner, David Blond, is optimistic that the venture will enable the duo to break into the mainstream: “A whole different audience, that’s always good for anyone’s business,” he revealed to the New York Times. “And that’s the direction we would like to produce — things that are more accessible to more people. This is a step in the right direction.”

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From "When Barbie Met the Blonds" by Corbin Chamberlin, News York Times 8/10/12

When Barbie, the blond and blue-eyed symbol of mainstream America, was created in 1959 by Mattel Inc., it might have been hard to imagine that someday the gender-bending design team the Blonds would be the inspiration for arguably the most coveted doll in America.

The Blonds for Barbie doll comes at a time when gender lines in fashion are being blurred more every day. Male models like Andrej Pejic are starring in print layouts and gracing the cover of New York magazine. Androgyny has persisted as one of the most popular fashion trends for the last few years. “Fashion is a form of self-expression and we believe that everyone should feel glamorous every day,” said Phillipe Blond, a designer of the Blonds.

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