Midge Promotes Teenage Pregnancy

February 15, 2012 by staff 

Midge Promotes Teenage Pregnancy, Okay so lately I’ve seen a lot of remarks on facebook in such in regards to “Midge” Barbies Married pregnant friend. She’s from the happy family line… and comes with a little nursery set and a detachable preggo belly with an teeny tiny little name her yourself baby girl. I personally don’t really see a problem with her, but a lot of people are saying its immoral to allow little girls to play with her and that she encourages teen pregnancy. They have gone as far as to create a FAKE Teen Pregnancy Barbie. <- now that is ridiculous!

Midge on the other hand was created like ten years ago and is supposed to represent a pregnant mother and wife. She has a 3 year old son, husband and a tiny little wedding band. I think that it can be really educational and fun. I mean there’s Bridal Barbies and Barbie works in every field imaginable what is wrong with a mother barbie.. I don’t know about you but when I was a little girl, hell i still play with them with my niece :-) lol I always pretended that barbie and ken were married and had kids and what not and not even just with barbies… i mean you had baby dolls that you took care of as if you were the mother. Being a pregnant married mother is not a shameful thing in my book, and I honestly don’t see how it promotes teen pregnancy, not too many teens actually play with barbies for one and two if you wanna blame Barbie for why your child’s pregnant at 14 years old, you’ve got bigger issues and they should probably remove all toy guns and every other toy that may influence your child in a negative way off the shelves.

*Hell Barbie herself and all the princess better go b/c some argue that they set a negative example of a real woman. lol #justsaying

But that’s my opinion… what do you Momma’s have to think ? Would you let your lil girl play with a pregnant doll ?

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