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post #21 of 27
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Oh I like the soft dolls. I have never seen soft anatomically correct dolls before. They are more cuddly than the hard plastic ones..

I tried looking online for anatomically correct dolls and came across these: Amamanta family I think they are awesome!
post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by GoBecGo View Post
That is messed up! Baby pi pi (baby wee wee in Ireland ) does EXACTLY what baby boys do. You take his nappy off and he pees on you.
Actually, my son never ever peed on me. I was really expecting it because everyone says that's what boys do, but... nothing. My mom said my brother never peed on her either.

But anyway, back to the dolls... I really don't have a problem with the dolls that have no genitals at all. It's just a doll, not a sculpture. Kids just play pretend with it. Think of all the rag dolls or cornhusk dolls and what not that don't even have fingers and toes. Some dolls don't even have faces. None of our stuffed animals have any genitals either. So I don't think it is weird for dolls to have nothing. It just isn't necessary, unless you are using it for teaching anatomy, potty learning, or some such thing.

Jen
post #23 of 27
Wow- this thread is a blast from the past! (and I mean that both ways) I remember that TV show doll mentioned- I was 7 when it came out but I didn't have one- (didn't have a TV either) it's strange to think they even made a doll because the show was not a kids show at all... who was the market? Anyway- the show was "All in the Family" and the doll was the grandson of Archie Bunker, Joey Stivic. I see there are some on Ebay- but I can't tell from the photo what level of detail exists.
post #24 of 27
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While the male one isn't.
*sniff* *sniff* I smell sexism.
I had the same thought. I think perhaps what they mean to say is that the female doll's inner labia and clitoris is covered by her outer labia. But why they think that that is more modest I do not know. There are plenty of women whose inner labia are large and outer labia are small (or non-existant), but that certainly should not mean that those women are immodest. Weird. But at least the manufacturer is making an effort.
post #25 of 27
I've never actually seen a circ'ed doll. When my nephew was potty training I looked all over (the internet and brick-and-mortar stores) and I only saw intact anatomically correct dolls. I made a point of checking. Actually I just went on ebay and searched anatomically correct dolls and they were all intact (at least the ones where they show it, which was most of them).

I think (hope) the doll you saw was not the norm.
post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by Acupuncturist View Post
I had the same thought. I think perhaps what they mean to say is that the female doll's inner labia and clitoris is covered by her outer labia. But why they think that that is more modest I do not know. There are plenty of women whose inner labia are large and outer labia are small (or non-existant), but that certainly should not mean that those women are immodest. Weird. But at least the manufacturer is making an effort.
Not to get overly personal here, but isn't that something that typically develops through puberty? I've changed a lot babies' diapers in my lifetime, and most(ok, all that I've seen) girls have a larger outer labia than inner, in many cases such that the inner is almost completely internal. I thought that developed in puberty.


As for the doll itself.... I don't see the problem. I guess it would be weird in a society where most boys are intact, but if the point is to accurately reflect what children look like, a circed doll DOES reflect what many little boys look like.
post #27 of 27
If you're looking for intact cloth dolls...

I had one made on Etsy - http://www.etsy.com/transaction/21953684. My son gave it to my daughter at their first meeting. Little Miss still sleeps with it every night. I had to pay extra (oh, the irony) for a penis, but she was happy to make him intact. And she tossed in a cloth dipe for him for free.
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