Parents hoping to find toys that children want — and reflect the diversity of humans — will find more choices than ever.
Toy makers have made strides in becoming more inclusive, especially Barbie, long-criticized for holding girls to an unrealistic ideal of the female body.
In the last year, Barbie’s parent-company Mattel has caught up with independent doll makers and introduced a more diverse collection of dolls.
Other toys companies also have given parents options that go beyond “his” or “hers.”
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