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Chinese Manufacturer Accidentally Creates Awesome Trans Dolls For Baltic Children

Consumers in Lithuania were surprised to find their children’s dolls come with both male and female parts. The toys, manufactured by Newsun Toys, were “female dolls that had anatomically correct male genitals.” It was a manufacturing error, says the country’s Child Protection department, which conducted an investigation. Though I’d like to know: What children’s toy EVER had male genitals? And where do I find these? [Actual trans toys not pictured, obviously]

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4 Comments

  • Pepperbox Tabby

    They actually used to manufacture anatomically correct baby dolls back in the 1980’s. I’m not sure if they still do or not. A quick search showed a bunch of them for sale on eBay.

  • Trans Former

    [img]http://info-wars.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/file36386351_d32964c8a3ebbc7440.jpg[/img]

  • Michael

    I remember the ‘anatomically correct’ dolls: the ones I saw were definitely anatomically exaggerated – which given preschoolers minuscule packages must have caused the some angst. They used to be mandated for playcentres, a local volunteer education preschool organisation.

    Contrariwise, have you ever seen a female statue in the west that was anatomically correct? I haven’t. But male statues frequently are, though, like Michaelangelo’s David, are frequently reduced in size (or perhaps he just has big hands!)

  • Drake

    The Chinese have a great definition that explains “trans” – a manufacturing error.

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