Kmart Selling Popular Family Doll Sets With Two Dads, Two Moms

But online shoppers don't get to choose their doll family's genders.


Kmart Australia recently introduced a line of doll families featuring same-sex parents.


Sydney and Melbourne locations of the Wesfarmers-owned discount department store chain have already reported selling out of the new doll sets, which come with a mom and dad, two moms, or two dads, the Star-Observer reports.

Manufactured by Anko, Kmart Australia’s international house brand, all doll sets include two kids, a baby stroller, a pet, and a picnic basket with food items.


The $15 “Family Playset—Assorted” doll packs are also available online, but there’s a catch that doesn’t allow discrimination: “We cannot guarantee which design you will receive as products are selected at random for online orders,” the retailer writes.

Iconic Barbie manufacturer Mattel introduced a line of gender-neutral dolls in September.

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