Are you guys familiar with those ugly, slutty Bratz dolls whose purpose is to sexualize children and spread multicultural propaganda?
Bratz called part of child sexualization
By - The Washington Times - Sunday, May 15, 2005
With their made-up eyes, pouty lips and short skirts, these girls look like real party dolls.
In fact, they are dolls. They’re the Bratz, the 10-inch "girls with a passion for fashion" whose skyrocketing popularity among girls has ignited a marketing war with Barbie, the long-reigning queen of the fashion doll world. Compared with the flirtatious-looking Bratz, Barbie looks like the scrub-cheeked — albeit curvaceous — girl next door.
As thousands of girls dump Barbie for the Bratz, child-development researchers worry. They see the Bratz as the cutting edge of a trend — the increasing use of sexual imagery in products marketed to children.
Naturally, they were created by a jew:
Isaac Larian (Persian: اسحاق لاریان, born March 28, 1954) is an Iranian-born American billionaire businessman, and the chief executive officer (CEO) of MGA Entertainment, the world's largest privately-owned toy company. (...) Born to a Jewish family in Iran,
Every single time, folks. Every. Single. Time.