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World’s First Line Of Dolls With Disabilities

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  •  July 4, 2015

A community called #ToyLikeMe is calling on the toy industry for positive disability representation and is created by parents of children with disabilities.

Their mission is to prove that disability is a part of life and toys showcasing it shouldn’t be exuded from toy industry.1 (2)

We have played with perfectly-shaped, fair-colored Barbies, chubby & plumpy teddy bears all throughout our lives. These parents feel that the little ones must also play with toys showing disabilities in order to get accustomed with the lives of people with disabilities, hence not forming any stereotype about body-image and beauty.

We second them.1 (1)

‘Toy Like Me’ doesn’t sell dolls. This community has pictures of dolls with disabilities made by people from all over the world. Have a look:

Read Toy Like Me co-founder Rebecca Atkinson’s article on how it feels to never see anyone like you in the toy box when…

Posted by Toy Like Me on Monday, June 22, 2015

It’s MAKEOVER time! Yvonne Em sent in this gorgeous pic of her daughter and her Ana doll complete with cochlear implant!…

Posted by Toy Like Me on Friday, June 12, 2015

We are GLOBAL! The TOY LIKE ME community is real life diversity at it’s best. A great big celebration of the wonder of…

Posted by Toy Like Me on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

It’s MAKEOVER time! There’s been lots of news about Makies and Playmobil rising to the Toy Like Me challenge, but we…

Posted by Toy Like Me on Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Minime has started making over Bratz dolls with disabilities to sell. She already has an Etsy shop called Madison Quay…

Posted by Toy Like Me on Monday, May 18, 2015


And see, they’re even making toys supporting LBTG community!

Toy Like Me are sending some toy box LOVE to the international LGBT community tonight! We know that being LGBT isn’t a…

Posted by Toy Like Me on Saturday, June 27, 2015

Like them on Facebook and support here.
Know more here.

Want to buy these dolls? Makies, a toy company that specializes in customized, 3D-printed dolls just launched the world’s first line of dolls with disabilities. So far, Makies has produced three dolls: one with a facial birthmark, one with a hearing aid, and one with a cane. (as shown in the cover picture)

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