Bratz Dollz are a line of 10 inch (254 mm) dolls manufactured by MGA Entertainment. Created in mid-2001, the Bratz Dollz now have clothing and cartoons. Isaac Larian, a Jew from Iran, is the Chief Executive Officer of MGA Entertainment, the biggest privately owned toy company in the world. The dolls have caused controversy with their sexy looks.
Bratz dolls come dressed in sexualized clothing such as miniskirts, fishnet stockings, and feather boas. Although these dolls may present no more sexualization of girls or women than is seen in MTV videos, it is worrisome when dolls designed specifically for 4- to 8-year-olds are associated with an objectified adult sexuality.
— APA Task Force on the Sexualization of Girls, Report of the APA Task Force on the Sexualization of Girls
Yasmin, one of the dolls, also seems to be of mixed race.
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