In the world there are 150 million children with disabilities. A reality that is completely ignored in the toy sector and, consequently, consolidates not very inclusive stereotypes. To denounce this situation has been born Toy Like Me, a non-profit association that struggles to integrate the difference in toys.
The idea came from two deaf mothers who began to viralize a campaign after finding that it was impossible to offer their creatures toys to represent them. The campaign was so popular that a company that makes custom 3D dolls (Maki) decided to incorporate three dolls with a disability into their catalog: Hetty, Eva and Melissa.