How dare we bring any realism to toys! We can’t teach kids about private parts until they are ready ok! As a father myself I would never want my boys to see a penis on a doll or a penis in general. This is why we refused our sons to look down while peeing. I am obviously kidding.
The story goes like this.
A father who ordered online some twin dolls for a kid quickly discovered the dolls had private parts on them.
He quickly took to Facebook to vent his frustration in a post with the dolls that said:
“Smh so I bust open this box of twin dolls I ordered online for my baby and Lawd have mercy 🤨 is this is what the world comes too now? 🤔 Making dolls with the actual private parts for children?
When I purchased them, they came with various doll accessories to go with the dolls and the reviews didn’t mention about anything about the extra stuff so I guess I just thought they were child friendly.
But silly me huh lol Smh 🤦♀️ I’m glad I examined them before she got a chance to play with it!! Granted, the girl doll would have been fine since she has that part but my lil girl ain’t ready to be playing with dolls who has their dicks out 😏”
The post is swirling on Facebook with almost 5k likes, 8k comments and 8k shares. The majority of the comments are raging from either side if this is messed up or not.
I have picked some of the tops comments and they are very entertaining… you know since everyone has to have an opinion on Facebook and their opinion is always the correct one.
One wrote: “Children should know the difference between private parts”.
Someone else agreed: “Cause learning proper anatomy is so awful… lol”.
A third said: “I don’t see a problem with it. That’s awesome. Kids need to learn about their bodies.”
Another pointed out that dolls with realistic genitals have existed for a long time: “There is nothing ‘new’ about these dolls. We had these in 1989. I had the boy version. My sister had the girl version. GROW UP”.
One person said: “Oh no, my child could possibly gain an education due to these anatomically correct dolls, the HORROR.”
Another wrote: “This is the problem, we think backwards…. It’s OK to lie to them about Easter bunnies and Santa, but the human body we lie to them about, really?”
A third said: “It’s a toy that’s anatomically correct. If you aren’t ready to discuss this with your children then obviously you don’t need one.”
This person posted: “I don’t get the problem real babies have body parts I think parents over think everything.”
Another person called the dolls a “teaching and learning experience”, why another asked why hide “what will eventually be discovered.”
Others also pointed that children likely see their parents naked, and if they have siblings they will also see other children naked too.