What's more upsetting: doll with male attachment or doll with bottle?

August 1, 2014
Donna Wood Burgmann got all upset when she discovered the boy doll she bought really wás a boy.

But one might wonder which is worse: the fact that the doll came with a little penis, or that in the Toys 'R' Us promo video it's offered a bottle!

It's very much a case of the eye of the beholder. Just like beauty!

See for yourself:

It's a boy!

Drinking from the bottle as the norm?

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10 comments

  1. We used a doll similar for potty training and it worked like magic.

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  2. OH my...I have never seen a "boy" doll. I might have freaked out. That's disturbing.

    :)

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  3. I've never seen a doll with actual private parts, it should be advertised accordingly so parents can make an informed decision about what they are purchasing. Other then that I don't see the big deal. This picture caught my eye on the SITS Sharefest!

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  4. It definitely should be labeled on the package that it is a specialized doll... I have never seen this b4. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. This should definitely be advertised and labeled accordingly as Shea above stated so parents can make an informed decision on buying this for their children.
    My question is, why do we need to do this? I don't believe children are the ones asking for this so why bother making a doll for a small child anatomically correct?

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  6. I don't think there's anything wrong with this realistic doll. I do however agree that it should say on the packaging that this doll may be a bit too realistic for some.

    That way people don't get a shock when they open the doll's diaper!

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  7. Wow! I was honestly take aback by the boy doll at first! I have to think about how I feel about it and if I would buy it for my children or not. Completely agree it should be labeled! Thanks for linking to the Saturday Soiree Blog Party!

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  8. Love the idea to use this doll for potty training! I don't really have a problem with the bottle, because it would be a little weird for me to see my son pretending to breastfeed his doll. Although it would probably make me proud to see that if I had a little girl. I would definitely want to know ahead of time that the doll was anatomically correct.

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    1. A very good point about the bottle for and boys! I hadn't thought of that yet!

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  9. I think the box should come with an explanation and as Farrah mentioned anatomical correct.

    Thanks for participating in last weeks party, I wanted to stop by and invite you to
    "Weekends Are Fun Party" Oh My Heartsie Girl, again this week. Hope to see you there!!

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