Barbie And The Barbie Doll

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I. Introduction

A. 43rd place in the book of 101 Most influential People Who Never Lied, ahead of Luke Skywalker in 85th place and behind Mickey Mouse at 18th place lays, Barbie. You might be wondering who this Barbie person is. I am not talking about a real person. I am talking about Barbie, the doll.

B. Girls all around the world grew up playing with a Barbie doll. When first released she was a plastic, white skinned, thin, long legged teenage girl. She wore a tiny black and white stripped bathing suit with a pair of sunglasses sitting upon her head on top of her blonde colored hair.

C. The whole philosophy of Barbie was that through the Barbie doll little girl could be anything she wanted to be. But, now in today’s society little girls look at Barbie and think, I need to be tall, skinny, and blonde like her.

D. Ruth Handler, creator of the Barbie doll preached, “Barbie always represented the fact that a woman has choices.”

E. Today I am going to share with you the evolution of the Barbie doll, and the incredible changes they are doing to make every little girl feel like they have something to be inspired by.

F. First, I am going to brief you on the history of Barbie. Second, I am going to inform you on the controversy that has been brought up in the past few years about the doll. Lastly, I am going to explain the new generation of Barbie dolls that are in the making to soon be released.

*Keeping those points in mind, let’s move right along to the history of…

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