Thursday, July 28, 2011 | Categories: Q Blog
Today, guest host Stephen Quinn spoke with Salon.com senior writer Mary Elizabeth Williams about her take on a controversial doll that could be coming to North American toy stores.
It's called the Breast Milk Baby, and it encourages children to pretend to breastfeed. Some critics fear it sexualizes little girls, and even promotes pregnancy. The company behind the doll, Berjuan Toys, says the goal is to teach children to be nurturing.
What do you make of response to the Breast Milk Baby? What do you think of it as a toy?