The existence of toys which provide positive, relatable body image is inarguably paramount to girls and women, but let us not forget that societal pressures concerning body image apply to boys and men as well.
It’s time to take the next logical step and create the world’s first realistically proportioned doll for boys!
The new Lammily doll is created according to the proportions of the average 19-year-old man.
Anthropometric data came from Dr. Reed from the University of Michigan.
See how Lammily compares to Ken doll in this blog post.
He may not have a six-pack, but he has a fantastic sense of humor.
He may not have the biggest biceps, but he has a big heart.
He may not look like a runway model, but he values himself for who he truly is, and always makes sure to pay the same respect to others!
In following with these themes, a storybook pamphlet will be included with each doll illustrating his background story.