“I think girls and women are hungry to be portrayed as authentic and whole unto themselves, not just as a prize to be won, or a sex object, or desperate for approval,” says Talya Klein, creator of Dahlia the Durham Doll, here making a snow angel. “I know I wanted to see that as a girl and I still do”
“I think girls and women are hungry to be portrayed as authentic and whole unto themselves, not just as a prize to be won, or a sex object, or desperate for approval,” says Talya Klein, creator of Dahlia the Durham Doll, here making a snow angel. “I know I wanted to see that as a girl and I still do” TALYA KLEIN
“I think girls and women are hungry to be portrayed as authentic and whole unto themselves, not just as a prize to be won, or a sex object, or desperate for approval,” says Talya Klein, creator of Dahlia the Durham Doll, here making a snow angel. “I know I wanted to see that as a girl and I still do” TALYA KLEIN

Dahlia, The Durham Doll

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