I find all the nail-polished and Sharpied Barbies around Pinterest lately disturbing. So I created Never-Nude Barbie. Never Nude Barbie was taught as a child that any form of nudity is either uncomfortable, embarrassing, immodest, or sinful. As a teenager, she constantly worried whether her clothes might "make boys have bad thoughts," and now that she's married, she's self-conscious about being naked in front of her husband and feels guilty if it seems like something she's wearing turns him on.
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“Being a woman is not a means to humiliate and punish anyone.” In the Iranian Kurdish town of Marivan, a policeman paraded an accused criminal through the streets in women’s clothes as a humiliation. Women marched in protest, and Kurdish and other Iranian men have taken to the internet dressed in traditional women's costumes and posting messages of support for the dignity and worth of women.
(Previous comment: Paint some clothes on a Barbie with nail polish so you don't have naked barbies laying around! SMART!)... But Barbie doesn't even have nipples or any genitals to begin with.is the female body really so offensive we can't even see a smoothed out version of it? Way to teach body shame. Shove your modesty.