Daily hashtag Tweets about " BostonComment". There are no Podcasts in your queue. Michael Behenna, of Oklahoma, press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement. Are you paying too much for business insurance? Rights groups, Western governments, the U. For the magazine's 50th anniversary edition, the doll appears alongside other Swimsuit cover models who have built successful business empires. Do you have critical gaps in your coverage?
The Problem Isn’t Barbie in the Swimsuit Issue. The Problem Is the Swimsuit Issue.
At 55 years old, Barbie - one of the world's most famous mannequins - is finally gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated's annual Swimsuit Issue. To mark the event, Mattel is also issuing a limited edition collector's doll, which will look exactly like the one on the Sports Illustrated cover, sold exclusively at Target. In fact, Barbie has had declining sales in five of the last six quarters, with sales falling 13 percent in the most recent quarter. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Apparently their target audience is now preteen girls But she said this is the first time the company is "engaging in a conversation publicly. The Problem is the Swimsuit Issue.
Barbie sparks debate with Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue - CBS News
In one shot, readers will see the original Barbie in her black-and-white striped one-piece alongside the new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Barbie on Target shelves this month wearing a modern interpretation of the outfit. Unapologetic is a rally cry to embrace who you are and to never have to apologize for it. But some are citing the mismatch between a child's toy and a magazine issue geared to adult men. If you have an older Salon account, please enter your username and password below: As a female sports fan and writer, I love the magazine.