The sincerity with which” UglyDolls ” fits perfectly with the blameless soul touches all the right ways. Mandy, the girl from the Institute, which is trying to hide the fact that he has no need of glasses, Janelle Monáe captures the internal conflict of pretty girls who don’t want to be mean, but I feel that it is the role to which they have been established. The “UglyDolls” message may not be considered social justice, but it is one that children now need to hear from pop culture. The film says that ugly is beautiful and that too much fixation on beauty is ugly. They say the two should meet in the middle.