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(45 People Likes) Was the Barbie doll named after a real woman?

years ago
Created by Ruth Handler
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Nickname(s) Barbie
Occupation See: Barbie's careers
Family See: List of Barbie's friends and family
and launched in March 1959. American businesswoman Ruth Handler is credited with the creation of the doll using a German doll called Bild Lilli as her inspiration.
Barbie is the figurehead of a brand of Mattel dolls and accessories, including other family members and collectible dolls. Barbie has been an important part of the toy fashion doll market for over fifty years, and has been the subject of numerous controversies and lawsuits, often involving parody of the doll and her lifestyle.
However, sales have declined sharply since 2014.[1] The doll transformed the toy business in affluent communities worldwide by becoming a vehicle for the sale of related merchandise (accessories, clothes, friends of Barbie, etc.). She had a significant impact on social values by conveying characteristics of female independence, and with her multitude of accessories, an idealized upscale life-style that can be shared with affluent friends.[2]
History
The first Barbie doll was introduced in both blonde and brunette in March 1959.
Ruth Handler watched her daughter Barbara play with paper dolls, and noticed that she often enjoyed giving them adult roles. At the time, most children's toy dolls were representations of infants. Realizing that there could be a gap in the market, Handler suggested the idea of an adult-bodied doll to her husband Elliot, a co-founder of the Mattel toy company. He was unenthusiastic about the idea, as were Mattel's directors.
During a trip to Europe in 1956 with her children Barbara and Kenneth, Ruth Handler came across a German toy doll called Bild Lilli.[3] The adult-figured doll was exactly what Handler had in mind, so she purchased three of them. She gave one to her daughter and took the others back to Mattel. The Lilli doll was based on a popular character appearing in a comic strip drawn by Reinhard Beuthin for the newspaper Bild. Lilli was a blonde bombshell, a working girl who knew what she wanted and was not above using men to get it. The Lilli doll was first sold in Germany in 1955, and although it was initially sold to adults, it became popular with children who enjoyed dressing her up in outfits that were available separately.
Upon her return to the United States, Handler redesigned the doll (with help from engineer Jack Ryan) and the doll was given a new name, Barbie, after Handler's daughter Barbara. The doll made its debut at the American International Toy Fair in New York on March 9, 1959.[4] This date is also used as Barbie's official birthday.
The first Barbie doll wore a black and white zebra striped swimsuit and signature topknot ponytail, and was available as either a blonde or brunette. The doll was marketed as a "Teen-age Fashion Model," with her clothes created by Mattel fashion designer Charlotte Johnson. The first Barbie dolls were manufactured in Japan, with their clothes hand-stitched by Japanese homeworkers. Around 350,000 Barbie dolls were sold during the first year of production.
Louis Marx and Company sued Mattel in March 1961. After licensing Lilli, they claimed that Mattel had “infringed on Greiner Hausser's patent for Bild-Lilli’s hip joint, and also claimed that Barbie was "a direct take-off and copy" of Bild-Lilli. The company additionally claimed that Mattel "falsely and misleadingly represented itself as having originated the design". Mattel counter-claimed and the case was settled out of court in 1963. In 1964, Mattel bought Greiner Hausser's copyright and patent rights for the Bild-Lilli doll for $21,600.[5][6]
Ruth Handler believed that it was important for Barbie to have an adult appearance, and early market research showed that some parents were unhappy about the doll's chest, which had distinct breasts. Barbie's appearance has been changed many times, most notably in 1971 when the doll's eyes were adjusted to look forwards rather than having the demure sideways glance of the original model.
Barbie was one of the first toys to have a marketing strategy based extensively on television advertising, which has been copied widely by other toys. It is estimated that over a billion Barbie dolls have been sold worldwide in over 150 countries, with Mattel claiming that three Barbie dolls are sold every second.[7]
The standard range of Barbie dolls and related accessories are manufactured to approximately 1/6 scale, which is also known as playscale.[8] The standard dolls are approximately 11½ inches tall.
In January 2016, Mattel announced that it will add tall, curvy, and petite body shapes to its line-up of dolls. Alternative skin tones, hair styles, and hair colours will also be added.[9]
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(45 People Likes) What would you consider to be the most famous painting after the Mona Lisa?

ame, but rather being the default "famous painting" in Western cultures. It's a deeply entrenched symbol of portraiture, painting and fine art in general.
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One that comes to mind immediately is Andy Warhol's colorful portraits of Marilyn Monroe, which is deeply identified with American art and popular culture.
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The next one that sprang to mind isn't really a single painting per se, but rather a whole series by Jackson Pollock. Most people do not have one Pollock painting in particular in mind, but everyone would recognize the style. It screams "modern art" louder than any other, which also makes it a great rallying cry for people who don't

(93 People Likes) Why hasn't Japan ban child-porn anime?

. That’s not the case with drawings. While I find the demand for such material to be baffling personally, there’s no doubt that some demand exists. And where there’s demand there’s usually supply.
Eliminating the supply does not eliminate the demand. In fact it greatly increases the value of whatever supply there is, so further incentivising the supply - often to the point where breaking the law is worth risking. If the demand were satisfied by drawings, then that would mean no actual child would need to be abused on the supply side, or at least a potential reduction. If somebody gets off fapping to anime porn, then ultimately, no harm is done. I don’t buy the idea that it automatically leads to seeking out harder stuff, in my experience people’s fetishes don’t escalate (but that’s just my opinion and observation). On the other hand if someone is a pedophile, and there is no other way they can satisfy that desire, then they could snap and harm an actual child.
Recently a man in the UK was jailed for importing a silicone doll sex toy (made entirely legally in Japan) that resembled a child. While his fetish might offend a lot of people’s morality, far more disturbing to me is the idea that possessing an inanimate lump of silicone that is shaped a particular way is going to get you jail time. What it tells me is that we have absolutely no idea how to counter the rise (if it is one) in pedophilia, and that the knee-jerk reaction of ‘burn the witch’ or jailing people thoughtlessly is a very stupid one. Masturbation harms no-one, even if we might not like the material used. Making real child porn definitely is harmful, and we rightly have laws that forbid it. But making drawings or sili

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