Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Dolls with disabilities have supporters, critics

Toymakers argue their dolls normalize disability, but some parents say they pigeonhole kids.

Dolls that resemble children with developmental, sensory and physical disabilities appeal to some parents who say they boost children's self-esteem. But others fear the toys perpetuate stereotypes. TIME

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