Leftists Celebrate Mattel’s New Transgender Barbie Made In a Country Where Gays are Beaten, Same-Sex Marriage is Illegal
May 30, 2022 | by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
The left is drooling over Mattel honoring actress and LGBTQ activist Laverne Cox with its first transgender Barbie even though it is made in Indonesia, where homosexuals are beaten and gay marriage is illegal.
The transgender doll was unveiled recently in honor of Pride month. The “Laverne Cox Barbie Tribute Collection” doll is aimed at ages six and up and models the “Orange Is the New Black” star in a red ball gown with a translucent skirt that shows off Cox’s legs. The odd collector’s item reportedly retails for $40.
The high price tag for the doll, the sexuality of Barbie, and the political virtue-signaling attached to it are all part and parcel of America’s expanding political correctness.
Indonesia, on the other hand, is reportedly a country where gay and transgender people still experience widespread discrimination, violence, imprisonment, and at times death under Islamic law, according to Wikipedia.