Barbie Promotes LGBT Agenda With 'Love Wins' T-Shirts

Michael W. Chapman | November 28, 2017 | 4:06pm EST
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As part of its marketing program, the famous toy doll Barbie, made by Mattel, is going gay and advertising a pro-sodomy agenda by wearing a t-shirt that reads, in rainbow-emblazoned letters, "Love Wins," which is the phrase promoted by LGBT activists and their allies. 

The apparently "alternative lifestyle" Barbies wearing the "Love Wins" shirts are shown on the official @BarbieStyle Instagram account. This account is the project of Kim Culmone, Barbie's vice president of design, and Robert Blest, Barbie's director of design, according to Racked.  

(Screenshot: BarbieStyle Instagram) 

In response to the new campaign, The Washington Blade reported, "Barbie took a stand for LGBT rights in an Instagram post featuring the doll wearing a 'Love Wins' shirt. 

"The post was part of celebrating Los Angeles-based fashion blogger Aimee Song who just got her own Barbie doll."

"Song has designed a line of 'Love Wins' T-shirts with half of the proceeds benefitting the Trevor Project," reported The Washington Blade

"The shirts are sold on Song’s website for $68," stated the newspaper. "Barbie Style, an Instagram that features Barbie and her friends showing off looks, posted Barbie and the doll Song wearing the shirts."

(Screenshot: BarbieStyle Instagram) 

The Trevor Project is a "judgment-free place to talk" for LGBTQ youth in crisis or contemplating suicide, and it celebrates the homosexual lifestyle

In one of the BarbieStyle Instagram photos, two female dolls are shown and both are wearing the "Love Wins" shirts.  The caption for the photo reads, "Proud to wear this 'Love Wins' shirt with @songofstyle! Did you know that her exclusive t-shirts benefit different causes and non-profits?

"Such an inspiring initiative and fabulous few days I have spent with Aimee, she’s a doll! #barbie #barbiestyle."

According to the National Health Interview Survey released in 2014, about 1.6% of adults in America identify as gay or lesbian while 96.6% are heterosexual.   

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