On Bratz, Representation & Empowerment

15 Oct

Bratz influenced many women to be bold, confident, and to do everything, whether hanging with friends or surviving heartbreak, with style!

Sumaiya Ahmed

Most of us grew up with Bratz as a major part of our childhood; falling in love with the glitz and glamour of their high school popularity, Bratz magazine, their passion for fashion, and above all their empowerment as girls with big dreams, leaving their mark on the world. This world of ferocious glamour held within it what Barbie didn’t: a range of ethnicities, such as Sasha who’s black, Yasmin who’s Latina and Jade who’s Asian.


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