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Published on March 2nd, 2012 | by Wild Gender


VIDEO: Lady Gaga’s “Mighty Morphin Power Gender Dolls”

“There’s nothing children want more than to cast of the shackles of oppressive gender politics,” says Lady Gaga in her faux-commercial for “Mighty Morphin Power Gender Dolls.” In the ad, she invites three kids to mix “male” and “female” parts to create playthings. One kid gives their doll “ze” as a pronoun.

The ad is a skit taken from comedian Stevie Ryan’s new VH1 sketch show, Stevie TV. Her show premiers this Sunday, March 4th at 11pm.


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One Response to VIDEO: Lady Gaga’s “Mighty Morphin Power Gender Dolls”

  1. Anon says:

    “his” show premiers on sunday? Lol you mean her. Stevie is a woman in case you haven’t noticed by now.

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