Doll Company Unveils New Transgender Doll

Introductory comments:

It is not love accepting sin and abomination. It is not being “Christ-like” to embrace that which goes against the Word of God, against the very nature created by God, and to embrace sexual perversions and abominations. It is not being “Christian” to accept and allow sexual deviancy and perversions within the church and to turn a blind eye and deaf ear to them.

It is being Christian and a true disciple of Christ’s to stand boldly and openly in the Word and explain in a loving manner to anyone confused, to all those partaking of these sexual perversions and sins — and to those who think it is perfectly acceptable and “loving and Christian” to tolerate and embrace homosexuality, lesbianism, trans-gender, or bi-sexuality through the inerrant Word of God how wrong their actions and beliefs are. And if they can then repent and humble themselves before the Lord and turn from these sins, from their apostasy and following false doctrine praise be to God for working within them.

But if they refuse? They continue to rebel and they follow the unsound and perverse sinful doctrine of the world over that of God? You did your duty in service to the Lord and the rest then remains upon those individuals which heard and knew the truth and choose to continue to rebel against God and His Word and follow this evil, lost, and diseased world.

Make no apologies for being steadfast and true to the Word of God.

Do not live to appease or please man or woman — live to be pleasing and acceptable unto the Lord our God.

The following merely illustrates just how in turning a blind eye, a deaf ear, refusing to believe things would deteriorate to such a degree, partaking and assisting in the erosion just how depraved and sinful we have become — and it is only going to continue to get worse from this time forth.

All because people choose to turn from God, turn from Christ, turn from the Holy Spirit and the Holy Bible and turn to worldly philosophies and unsound doctrine instead.

One path leads to life. The latter to death.

You might fit in here by adopting the worldview and worldly doctrines. I wonder how you’ll fit into a jam packed crowded hell with all that pain, agony, and gnashing of teeth as a result of your choices?

Think deeply upon this.

Such things as mentioned below are not harmless or of no consequence. To the contrary.


It’s everywhere and increasing by the hour. Will you withstand the onslaught and fight the good fight with the remnant? Or turn instead to the ways of this sinful vile dark and lost world?

Life is a series of choices. One of two paths to take.


Ken Pullen


Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

Doll Company Unveils New Transgender Doll

February 22, 2017
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Tonner Doll Company unveiled the first “transgender” doll at the New York Toy Fair over the weekend.

The doll is modeled after Jazz Jennings, who rose to fame at the age of six for reportedly being one of the youngest recorded transgender people. At sixteen, Jennings is now the star of her own TLC reality television show, “I Am Jazz.” On the show, Jennings struggles to understand why boys don’t want to date “her.”

In a press release on the doll, Tonner applauds itself for being “ground-breaking”:

With the Jazz Jennings doll, Tonner continues its history of ground-breaking doll line introductions based on socially transformational heroes, who have included the plus-size model Emme and Carmen Dell ‘Orefice, whose first Vogue cover was in 1946 and who remains a working fashion model.

According to Robert Tonner, the CEO of Tonner Doll, “Jazz stands for everything I respect from a human nature point of view-she’s incredibly brave, intelligent, warm-hearted and creative.”

In an Instagram post discussing the doll, Jennings spoke about how the doll is anatomically correct–for a “regular girl”–despite Jennings being trans:

For those asking: the doll is considered to be the first “transgender” doll because it’s based on an individual who is trans. Of course it is still just a regular girl doll because that’s exactly what I am: a regular girl!

Jennings said she hopes the doll “can place transgender people in a positive light by showing that we are just like all other people.”

The doll will reportedly be available online and in specialty stores in July.

Rolling Stone reports the doll will be $89.99 and a “red-carpet-ready” version will sell for over $100.

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