I saw this on TV a year ago! I was furios! Because, that is failing as role of parent. 2 days ago, Miss Universe from Angola said, I love who I am, I wouldn't change a thing about me. It is important what we say at home that matter most. Thanks Kelsey for sharing. http://sara-liveitwell.blogspot.com/
this is so... (sigh)... sad. It's like that here in India, too. Children here prefer white dolls to black or brown ones. I couldn't get my girls interested in a brown doll until they were about ten, and it's hard to find brown dolls in stores. TV models are all so light, and fairness cream is a must-have. They even advertise a deodorant as giving you "fairer underarms." when a baby is born dark, his parents grieve and debate about whose side he got it from.
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