A few months ago, Mattel released a new line of Barbie dolls called the "Back to Basics" collection.
There are 12 dolls in the collection, and they're all dressed in stylish, black cocktail attire. Which is fine except one of the dolls . . . the number ten . . . is wearing a dress with a plunging neckline that reveals some serious, bowling-ball cleavage.
Anyway, now some parents are upset about the doll. They say they don't want their daughters playing with a doll that encourages the fake-breasted stripper look. Mattel has refused to comment.
Prepare to be outraged. What are your thoughts?