Daryl Lindsey
November 28, 2016 4:17 pm

An Australia mom is sick of the breastfeeding stigma, so she enlisted the help of a Barbie doll to educate kids about motherhood.

Betty Strachan, of Brisbane, has made a hobby of repainting doll faces. Strachan, who has two boys of her own, says she was sick of the way people treated breastfeeding in her community.

She didn’t want her sons to grow up thinking the same way, so she decided to create a doll that introduced the concept of breastfeeding to children.

An Australia mom is sick of the breastfeeding stigma, so she enlisted the help of a Barbie doll to educate kids about motherhood.

Betty Strachan, of Brisbane, has made a hobby of repainting doll faces. Strachan, who has two boys of her own, says she was sick of the way people treated breastfeeding in her community.

She didn’t want her sons to grow up thinking the same way, so she decided to create a doll that introduced the concept of breastfeeding to children.

allthelittledolls / www.etsy.com

She called her creation the Mamas Worldwide Barbie.

“Like most things that society deems unacceptable, educating children is the way to erase the stigma behind it,” she said.

We couldn’t agree more! You can check out the dolls in Strachan’s Etsy shop.

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