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Cute! Barbie Shows Her LGBTI Support

Barbara Millicent Roberts aka Barbie has appeared alongside a Mattel doll creation of fashion blogger, Aimee Song wearing matching ‘Love Wins’ t-shirts to promote and support fundraising for LGBTI youth charity The Trevor Project.

Writing on her Instagram Barbie explained that she was “Proud” to wear the shirt with her new friend.

The T-shirt comes in two colours, red and white, with embroidered rainbow letters and retails for $68 on the LA designers website, Song of Style.

We are lead to believe that Barbie’s ‘Love Wins’ support is for LGBTI kids, but we all know it’s secretly for her ex-bae Ken, who is alleged to have come out gay in 1993 when he was sold as “Earring Magic Ken,” complete with an earring, purple mesh crop-top and a necklace that resembled a cock ring. The doll was a big seller for Mattel, however, was discontinued and the remaining dolls recalled, forcing the company to issue the statement:

“We’re not in the business of putting cock rings into the hands of little girls.”

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