Mattel

Mattel recently released a Game Developer Barbie in efforts to break gender stereotypes in the STEM industry; but one thing the toy company failed to do was feature the doll in different ethnicities. The only available option was a White doll with red hair. After noticing this while picking up a doll for his wife who is a Black game developer, Marcus Montgomery was prompted to come up with a solution of his own.

The iconic doll will now be available in "petite," "tall," and "curvy."

The doll, which was priced at $65, sold out within an hour.

You're never too old to put this on your Christmas list.

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