This representation matters.
Toys are becoming more inclusive.
Experts say toys that challenge stereotypes about beauty and what's "normal" have a positive impact.
"When children are playing with toys and they are seeing their skin color and their family formation … that again just says, 'I am normal. I am part of this world. I am valued. I'm accepted,'" said Tarah Fleming, the education director of Our Family Coalition.
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