Barbie — the doll — has been coming under fire for quite some time for being an unrealistic and unhealthy representation of a woman. Early attacks on Barbie that I remember were the parodies on the Simpsons(Malibu Stacey), and irl weird artsy girls marring or otherwise “torturing” the dolls.
What kind of stable girl and, even more so, what kind of stable woman would look to a plastic make believe doll as a representation of how she should be?
The creators of Barbie probably never knew how iconic the doll would be back when the first doll was released in March 1959. They probably didn’t foresee the abomination of the coming feminism. The feminism of the 60’s through to the present. The creators of Barbie probably had no idea that dried-up unbearable women along with Jews and other subversives would use the doll as a Foil and a Straw Man against Patriarchy and Natural Healthy Womanhood.
Cultural Marxism is a fact here in this new current year. It has been working in Europe and the U.S. for a long while. Shitbirds with MultiCult sensibilities are working on Barbie at Mattel, the company that makes Barbie, too. Those shitbirds may one day truly destroy any redeeming social value Barbie has left.
In 2016, the disgusting Jewish Comedian, Amy Schumer, was reported to be in negotiations to play a Barbie. Schumer was not expected to lose weight, be lady-like or attractive. Schumer’s Barbie was to be a misfit Barbie among Barbies and shunned by the rest. The truth is Amy Schumer should be shunned wherever she goes. She should be shunned in large part because she is disgusting, a Jewish subversive, raunchy and likely a whore. Amy Schumer is in no way a role model for anyone let alone adolescents, tweens or teens. She should have never been considered to play Barbie.
At this point, Amy Schumer has fallen out of favor with some audiences. In 2017, Schumer blamed poor reviews given to a Netflix Special she did on the Alt Right. She was also made fun of after it was announced she’d play the misfit Barbie and eventually dropped out of the role.
Anne Hathaway of Catwoman fame was apparently also in the running for Barbie. It’s fortunate that Hathaway is not going to be playing Barbie. Hathaway has been at least one princess while irl, she’s a cunting feminist. Hathaway is a personality involved in the United Nations Feminist Program.
I’m not sure if Hathaway was the figurehead of a U.N. Program initiative specific to her but, she was working for “equal pay” and the ‘rights’ for working parents — maybe just mothers — to have more time off to be a parent. Making things worse, Hathaway has a gay brother. She denounced her Christianity because her brother sux cocks, etc.
Hathaway fell out of the Barbie role due to scheduling conflicts.
Margot Robbie has now been confirmed as Barbie
Miss Robbie should have been first pick, 100%
Margot Robbie is an actress with commercial appeal who has also done movies that I assume show she can act. On the commercial front, Robbie was in the Wolf of Wall St. with Leonardo DiCaprio and stars in the Suicide Squad movies. As for higher end acting, Margot played the disgraced figure skater, Tanya Harding and co-starred in the historical Mary Queen of Scots.
According to Variety, Miss Robbie will now be playing the role of Barbie as well as co-producing the movie “under her own “banner.” Robbie seems to be taking her roles on Barbie pretty seriously, having this to say:
“Playing with Barbie promotes confidence, curiosity and communication throughout a child’s journey to self-discovery. Over the brand’s almost 60 years, Barbie has empowered kids to imagine themselves in aspirational roles from a princess to president,” Robbie said. “I’m so honored to take on this role and produce a film that I believe will have a tremendously positive impact on children and audiences worldwide. I can’t imagine better partners than Warner Bros and Mattel to bring this film to the big screen.”
Things with the Barbie movie seem in order. While Margot Robbie was a mudshark in Focus about “Con Artistry,” if she keeps the Blacks on the margin of Barbie, the film might be a success… and inspiring.