The Secret Life of Sasha Bratz, the ’60s Doll Who Became a Meme in 2017
In 2016, the doll’s mother Sasha Bratzes was the first woman to be awarded a MacArthur Genius grant.
And, more recently, in 2017, she was recognized with a MacArthur Fellowship.
But it was not until last year that the doll became a popular meme, thanks to a viral video that went viral, and the popularity of that meme has been shared widely, and has sparked a renewed interest in the doll.
A decade ago, a video featuring Bratz was shared more than 3 million times on Facebook.
The video shows Bratz dressed in a red, white, and blue costume, and a young boy with the doll sits on her lap.
She asks the boy if he is “a girl or a boy.”
The boy responds, “You know me, you’re not a boy,” and asks Bratz to be her boyfriend.
“She loves that, it makes her feel good,” said Bratz.
“It makes her happy, it helps her feel like she has a purpose in life.”
The doll, which is based on Bratzer, has gained a huge following, thanks in part to the viral video.
A year later, the video gained more than 20 million views.
“I’m a big fan of the doll, but I don’t know how it became popular and what caused it to go viral,” Bratz said.
“That’s something that’s never really been told to people.”
Bratz has never spoken publicly about the doll in her life.
“People who know me don’t really know how I feel about it,” she said.
The doll has gained popularity, but has also faced criticism over her gender.
A post on the Instagram page of the actress Kate Upton has been viewed more than 4 million times.
“My friend Sasha made a doll for me for Halloween in 2015 and she got it all wrong.
She made it look like she was a girl and it was really ugly,” the post read.
“When Sasha asked me what I thought of the outfit I said I wasn’t sure because I was really young at the time,” Upton wrote.
“So I asked her if I could do the outfit and she said yes.
I was shocked.
I never thought Sasha would get to make a doll like that, but it turned out that I was the one who was right.”
The video also has garnered a lot of attention on social media.
A number of people have shared the video online, including former Teen Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who said that the video was “a great moment” in the video industry.
“The fact that this doll is a girl, she’s so cute and she has the right kind of personality, and she’s a part of my childhood, it was a really good moment,” Wintours said.
But some people are questioning the dolls authenticity.
“Sasha is a perfect example of what I would consider the ‘misunderstood’ doll.
I mean, how many times have you heard, ‘I thought this doll looked like a boy when it was sold at Macy’s,’ or ‘I don’t think this doll looks like a girl when it’s on the doll stands,'” said Dr. Rachel P. Johnson, a social psychologist at University of Southern California.
“And yet, we’ve all been taught to think that this is a real girl, so this is like a doll of a real person.”
The popularity of the meme also sparked an outpouring of interest from others who wanted to help the doll grow.
“At first I was thinking, well, I have to get a doll, so what can I do?” said Johnson.
“But the more I thought about it, the more it just became so much easier.
It was like, oh my God, this is going to be so much fun.
It’s so easy.
There’s no effort, there’s no planning, there is no work, there isn’t anything to worry about.”
“I just don’t understand how she’s going to have to work like that,” said Johnson, adding that the fact that she is an adult and the doll is an adolescent also makes it hard for her.
“What if it comes out that this has nothing to do with my feelings?”
A group of young people at the New York Public Library has been creating stickers for the doll to promote its authenticity.
Johnson said that one sticker she has created has over 1,500 stickers already on hand, with the hope that they will all be taken down by the end of the week.
“All the kids in the group are so excited,” Johnson said, adding, “I don [feel] like I’m doing this to sell dolls, but to be honest, I really do feel like I need to do this.”
Bratzers mom, Sasha, said that her daughter does not want to see her face become a part a meme, and said that she has never wanted