Last week, Mattel released the world’s first gender neutral doll, and not everyone is a fan of the new toy. Parents across the nation became concerned with their children becoming confused with their sexuality, and fear having a “talk” with them at such a young age. But, numbers show that the newer generations now feel comfortable in expressing themselves and identify themselves as LGBTQ+. According to MetroSource, more than half of Generation Z (ages 13 to 20) does not identify as strictly heterosexual. So, now we ask, should doll diversity include sexuality? Join the Youth Channel in “Gender (Ari's Coming Out)” to learn more about Ari’s experience with gender identity and sexuality representation.