Originally Posted by Kenny_C.002
Actually, it's more of a stereotype of teenagers than discrimination. They are saying basically that the "norm" are those types of teens. Obviously this "type" tends to exist everywhere (as all teens do), but are generally the most noticeable of the types. Thus teens are "stereotyped" to be that type and became the basis for the "My Scene" dolls.
Not to mention that the portrayal of such teens in the media perpetuates that certain doctrine of style, thought, and action...