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Walking the “girl” aisles of your local mega-toy store can be, for some, a depressing experience. If you and/or your little one is not into pink, or unrealistic manifestations of the human form, well, you may find yourself wondering what is out there for you.

We get where you’re coming from. And we’re not the only ones. A Canadian artist has given the oft criticized Kardashian Bratz dolls a makeover that we can all embrace.

Taking inspiration from Sonia Singh’s Tree Change Dolls, Vancouver’s Wendy Tsao has re-imagined the arguably oversexualized dolls as women who can motivate and inspire children and adults alike.

From Roberta Bondar to Malala Yousafzai, Tsao has given us accomplished women who have a positive and powerful impact on the world.

“I’m overwhelmed by the positive feedback and support for the dolls, and I am pleased that they are resonating with so many people, “ Tsao tells us.

We aren’t at all surprised. And hopefully toy makers will take notice.

If you’d like the chance to own one of these dolls, some of them are available on eBay right now. We suspect they won’t be there for long though, so place your bid!