A few months ago I shared tokidoki® Barbie® Doll on my facebook wall and a former friend of mine commented that it is suprising to see a feminist like me praise the controversial Barbie doll because everyone know she represents the oppression of women with impossible body (as if Blythe's body is possible LOL) and her blond hair and permanent make-up. She didn't understand two things: one. I didn't praise Barbie, I actually didn't find Barbie to be so interesting (before I knew you can also DO things to THEM) and second, there are no "unfeministic hobbies". Feminism is about everyone being able to choose from all the possibilities and I like dolls, especially ones you can create or customize (and also cute little miniatures like the cactus dog the tokidoki® Barbie® Doll is walking with, if you find anything similar PLEASE let me know!).
And yes, Kobi wears make-up and she loves dresses and to change hairstyle but she also likes comfortable shoes and she reads!
After a little walk in the garden and some mud on her shoes she decided to sit down and read her magazines. She is subscribed to Ms. magazine. I read their blog.
And then a little friend on 4 feet came by. It was a nice day but then it got cold so we went inside. Kobi doesn't have a coat yet. we are still waiting for the mail.