The toy industry has got to put a stop to producing inappropriate sexualized toys.
LOL Dolls or Lil Outrageous Littles have parents sick to their stomach after finding out the dolls have breast coverings, fishnet, tattoos, and lingerie when the little dolls are dipped in ice water.
Check out the video yourself:
— Jack’s Raging Optimism (@RNiecestro) August 13, 2020
MY FRIEND sent me this!!! This is her 5 year old daughters LOL SURPRISE DOLL !!! Not ok!!! 🤬🤬🤬 pic.twitter.com/Eoi2cIU0Kd
— Mariah (@manryuh) August 14, 2020
Fox 10 TV had this to say about LOL Dolls:
MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) — You might want to check your kids dolls. There’s a hidden surprise not sitting well with a lot of parents.
It’s the popular L.O.L. Surprise Dolls. To the naked eye, you won’t notice too much, but it’s what happens when you add a little ice water that’s got parents hot.
“I was completely shocked when I saw it for my own eyes that that has been in my child’s bedroom for six months, and I had no idea that these things were happening that she was being exposed to this behind my back that I had no say so in this and I was completely in disbelief,” Texas mom Kaylee Hollingshead said.
Breast coverings, fishnet, tattoos, and what some call lingerie are exposed when the little dolls are dipped in ice water.
There’s dozens of videos on Facebook of parents testing it. One sent in to us from a mom in Thomasville.
Hollingshead tried it on her three-year-old’s dolls Thursday morning.
She said, “She has a boy L.O.L. Doll and that’s what I noticed first was that it had privates on the boy doll that I don’t feel like should be there and then there was another one that we dipped in the water and it had the tights that came up and it’s like connected to the underwear.”
The dolls are not hard to find. They’re sold at places like Walmart and Dollar General, but what is hard to find, Hollingshead said, is a warning of the bizarre clothing change.
“I can’t support a company that is willing to expose our children to these kind of adult inappropriate. No three-year-old needs to know what a little boys private parts look like or needs to see a little girl dressing that way,” Hollingshead said.
She threw all five of her daughters dolls away immediately and said other mothers she knows are doing the same.
“I just want to know at what point did you think that was ok to sell that and for children to see those kind of things. I don’t understand what the reasoning is behind it. I want to know if they have children if they think that’s okay. If they want their children to be exposed to that kind of thing,” said Hollingshead.
FOX10 News Reached out to L.O.L Dolls for a statement but they did not respond.
The New Zealand Herald had this to say about the inappropriate dolls:
A mum has been left horrified after discovering a ‘hidden’ feature of the popular kids toy LOL dolls.
Hilary Williams from the US shared a video on Facebook explaining she discovered that some of the newer LOL dolls are designed to reveal a pattern when dipped in ice-water, so tried it out on her six-year-old daughter’s toys.
On dunking one in, the cold water revealed what looked like black stockings and lingerie.
Another toy was wearing what appeared to be a devil tail and wings.
Other parents posted comments on the video saying they too had discovered the hidden feature.
“Yes! Raunchy little dolls lol my daughter loves them,” one woman wrote.
“Tramp stamps and all… a lot of them pee and spit too. Some change in warm water too… very disturbing.”
Many parents expressed that they would be boycotting the dolls due to the ‘inappropriate’ designs.
Last week another children’s toy was being removed from sale after a US mother launched an online crusade against, saying it conditions children to accept sexual abuse.
Child sex trafficking is at an all-time high but big-time toymakers continue to sell dolls that look like hookers. Pedophilia has got to end and anyone who pushes sexualized toys is part of the problem.
The left wants to cancel everything but won’t speak out against crooked companies that pour money into their campaigns.