Read My Thoughts On Barbie In, Of Course, Forbes Magazine
You can read the full article here. Why you would want to read anybody else's quotes is beyond me, but they are available.
Michael Ian Black
One, I found their outfits very difficult to take on and off. The snaps weren't snappy enough, and I had a great deal of difficulty fitting their arms through the psychedelic pantsuits. Keep in mind I was only dressing and undressing Barbies at my sister's request. I preferred manly toys like the Bionic Man, who had a much more limited wardrobe. When I undressed them, like all children, I studied their nether regions intently. There was never anything there, either on Barbie or the Bionic Man. Because of this I was very concerned about the changes puberty would bring.
Michael Ian Black is a comedian. His first children's book, Chicken Cheeks, was published in January 2009.
--Anna Vander Broek