The first transgender doll in the world created in the image and likeness of Jazz Jennings
• The world's first transgender doll made in the image and likeness of Jazz Jennings
Jazz Jennings was just 5 years old when he told his parents that the girl is now becoming one of the youngest transgender and trans-icon for people all over the world. But despite the fact that the Jazz, like many other little girls, love dolls, she could never find one that has expressed its identity. Now, however, all this will change to a completely new generation of children.
Recently, Tonner Doll Company company unveiled at the New York Toy Fair the world's first transgender doll. Dolls representing Jazz, dressed in a pink blouse and denim shorts - in the same outfit Jazz can be seen on the cover of her memoirs "Being Jazz: My Life as a Transgender Teen" ( "Be Jazz: My life as a transgender teenager").
Doll will also be sold in a slightly more glamorous version, dressed in brilliant white ballerina dress. Both dolls will be available for purchase in July of this year!
While the company Tonner Doll Company is known well thought expensive collectible dolls, adult-oriented, this doll will be positioned and how a child's toy. It was designed by the company founder Robert Tonner. "Jazz is allocated to all that I respect from the human point of view - says Tonnerre. - She's incredibly brave, intelligent, sympathetic and creative. " Jazz, it seems, and she is extremely pleased with this next step in the gender revolution. She shared a photo dolls, dressed in a stylish all-white outfit in his Instagram, writing: "I hope that it will be able to introduce transgender people in a positive light, showing that we are just like everyone else."