>>6624303>Who cares the post
Like I said only Americanized independent muslim girls might care, however they don't represent the majority of the Muslim communities around the world. These dolls were deliberately created by American feminists at Mattel as a way of giving the the middle finger to traditional Muslim communities who still believe that a womans place is serving her husband at home. It's a low, dirty, and political move on Mattle's part to tell the majority of a race how they should or should not worship. >I'm totally not that anon!!
I'm not actually. >image very related
I'm normally very much against fat aka "Curvy" dolls, but after hearing this womans story I believe an exception could, and should have been made for her. Sometimes true beauty, and strength is found within, but Mattel only cared about virtue signalling for the #blacklivesmatter movement at the time so Sarah Robles will never get a very much deserved doll made of her. It's sad really.