Thanks to artist and researcher Nickolay Lamm, founder of Lammily, children of the world can play with a realistically proportioned female doll. But the realism doesn't end with the doll's proportions: she's also got menstrual pads to teach girls about their periods, and stickers that look like scars, stretch marks, cellulite, acne, and more.
And Mattel recently started making Barbie dolls with more realistic body types, furthering the reach of body-diverse dolls.
But what about poor ol' Ken?
Fear not! That's exactly who Lamm is addressing now. He has, at last, created a realistic male equivalent of Barbie's long-time romantic interest, with the average measurements (waist, neck, height, etc.) of a 19-year-old man.