These Feminist Dolls Offer Girls More Diverse Narratives

These Feminist Dolls Offer Girls More Diverse Narratives

A series of forthcoming dolls breaks the emphasis on appearance-first toys

Eva Recinos
  • 8 march 2016

Few children’s books start with a narrative that puts an emphasis on the gender gap in the workplace but, then again, few toy collections are quite like the Willowbrook Girls.

Neha Chauhan Woodward created the series of seven dolls to battle the emphasis of most dolls on appearance. Realizing the need for more complex and diverse dolls, Woodward teamed up with writer Molly Donovan to create background stories for each character.

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