“A Actual Doll?” tackles unrealistic picture/life expectations taught to our kids.


  Many years in the past, I acquired a Dolly Parton doll on Christmas morning. There she was in my stocking, paper- white pores and skin, lengthy blonde hair, carrying a purple and silver jumpsuit, holding a guitar. I performed along with her, by no means specializing in her most well-known bodily attribute, her ample bustline; I simply thought she was “fairly.” Round […]

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