4 thoughts on “Lammily Releases #DoYou Video!

  1. Brenda says:

    Unless you raise your daughters TV and internet free and in the middle of the woods, they are exposed to the sexualized culture this video critiques. Young girls are more media savvy than we give them credit, and I think a video like this does a good job to help them navigate the pressure to be unrealistically thin. Personally, I remember feeling pressured to conform to a certain beauty standard when pawing through my friends’ big sister’s YM magazines (come to think of it, I was actually raised TV free and in the middle of the woods, but your parents can’t control everything you’re exposed to, can then?)— and there’s so much more out there now to confuse young girls as kids are connected to the internet. I didn’t find the video inappropriate at all for children—It has a positive message.

  2. Dee Rivers-Yowell says:

    What on earth where you thinking to post those bizarre, tacky, and sexualized videos? They fly in the face of everything I thought was the mission statement/purpose of the Lamely doll. I was about to send my seven-year-old a gift card for her birthday, but am afraid she would click on those VERY INAPPROPRIATE, BAD TASTE videos. I am deeply disappointed in your choice of having them on your website.

  3. kelley says:

    I love this doll, I got my daughter a 200$ my twin to help my daughter with body image, it helped. not just barbies.
    but I always told her how beautiful she is,I worked with specail needs for 14 years the are different so this dall will help these “special kids

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