Barbie showed her support for the LGBTQ community last week on Instagram. Photos emerged on the social media website featuring the iconic doll dressed in a "Love Wins" t-shirt that was created by blogger and fashion designer Aimee Song. The shirt is a part of Song's collection Two Songs.

Mattel, Inc., which manufactures Barbie dolls, has been working towards diversifying its lineup of dolls to fit with the times as the brand began "losing relevance." Changes that have been made to the brand include modifications to the Ken doll and realistic measurements for female dolls, among other alterations. Barbie's advocacy towards marriage equality is a continuation of its ongoing revamp. 

"We are an inclusive brand that celebrates diversity, kindness and acceptance," a representative for Mattel said Tuesday in a statement issued to International Business Times. "We are proud to partner with Aimee Song, a top fashion influencer, and promote her t-shirt collection."

Song, 31, was pictured in doll-form beside Barbie in two separate photos. One picture showed Barbie and Song sitting side by side in the shirts as the dolls appeared to gaze at each other. The second photo showed the pair eating at a restaurant as they wore the "Love Wins" t-shirt. 

"Such an inspiring initiative and fabulous few days I have spent with Aimee," read one of the picture's captions on Nov. 22 that was shared from Barbie's viewpoint. Barbie also added that she was "proud" to wear the shirt with Song. 

"Me and @BarbieStylesupporting equal rights because #LOVEWINS. Or as some of you have speculated, maybe we’re secretly dating," Song wrote Monday on Instagram. "When I knew I was getting my own Barbie doll, it was super important for me to have the Barbie represent who I was and what I believe in and obviously dress like me."

"Can't thank the entire @Mattel @Barbie team enough for letting my Barbie be ME," Song added.

The shirt has generated primarily positive feedback from fans and spectators alike, with many declaring Barbie's political statement as "awesome," "amazing" or an "inspiration."

"I'm so happy & proud of Barbie for doing this," one user wrote in the photo's comments section. "We know she's simply being an ally here, but as a kid my Barbies only dated other lady Barbie Dolls"

"Barbie just put a whole new purpose in my life," a second user commented.

"Woah barbie did something cool for once," another Instagram user wrote. 

Some alleged that Barbie may be lesbian or bisexual, with one Instagram user saying: "and all this time I thought Barbie was kens beard." A second user added, "Such an inspiration! This goes to show that even femmes are bi."

Song's shirt, which retails at $68, will donate 50 percent of all proceeds to the Trevor Project, an organization that provides aid in crisis intervention and suicide prevention to all persons between 13 to 24 years old who identify as LGBTQ.