Move over, Barbie. There's a newer, more inclusive doll to play with.
On Wednesday, Mattel released a line of customizable, gender-inclusive dolls called "Creatable World."
The dolls, which cost $29.99, don't carry traditional feminine or masculine traits. Instead, each comes with a kit of more than 100 looks, which allow kids to dress their dolls in whatever clothes or accessories available, including pants, skirts, hats, sunglasses, and more. The dolls also come with two hairstyle options, both long and short. The line itself offers dolls with a range of skin tones.
This customization means children can play with a toy that better represents how they look.