Mattel just released his Barbie Judge doll, his 2019 Barbie Car Doll of the Year.
"More than 200 careers since 1959 this year Barbie holds the position of judge!" The company wrote in Twitter . "Barbie Judge Doll encourages girls to learn more about decision making to change the world for the better."
The company has selected a judge for its "Career of the Year" doll, finding out that only 33% of U.S. judges are women, Lisa McKnight, senior vice president and general manager of the Barbie brand, said today.
Judge Barbie is available in different skin tones and hairstyles. She is fitted with a plain black robe and lace collar that looks strikingly similar to Ruth Bader Ginsburg's fate.
Of course, every Judge Barbie comes with a hammer and a round block, "which the kids can use to help her call the room to order and make important decisions," the company said. The doll is available at Walmart, Target and Amazon for $ 12.99.
Barbie also partnered with GoFundMe to raise money to help "close the dream gap". The profits will be provided to three nonprofits that support women's empowerment: she is the first, she needs to run and become active. The Dream Break refers to studies showing that as early as the age of five, many girls begin to believe that they can achieve, limited by their gender.
Judge Barbie comes after Mattel released a line of dolls including gender called "Creative World". The line allows children to customize their doll to create a toy that is not dictated by gender.