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    Reminds me of where I work. .. they have unisex toilet cubicles (single ones) for staff and it's disgusting. I actually walked in on a guy that didn't bother to lock the door and I saw his penis quite clearly. was so horrified and angry!

    In certain situations there needs to be a distinction made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMumma34 View Post
    Reminds me of where I work. .. they have unisex toilet cubicles (single ones) for staff and it's disgusting. I actually walked in on a guy that didn't bother to lock the door and I saw his penis quite clearly. was so horrified and angry!

    In certain situations there needs to be a distinction made.
    How did you get from little boys wearing dresses to public adult male urination?! Only on bubhub!

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    Lol. It just came into my head.

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    I guess quite early on I realized I wanted to let my son like what he liked despite gender stereotypes

    My mum didnt want me to like certain boy things growing up and i didnt like that.

    He loves trucks and "boy" things but also loves quite a few girl things.
    He always sees me getting ready hair&makeup and wearing "dressy" things, im his only caregiver so I guess he may just want to do what he sees and be like me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMumma34 View Post
    Can't believe ppl have problems with some mothers who don't want their sons in girls clothes. Seriously? Do they have to like the idea
    Where is the post which says there is a problem with mothers who don't dress their sons in girls clothes? I saw several posts saying they will not say their feelings on boys clothes because their opinion is offensive, so I would say it's quite the opposite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Where is the post which says there is a problem with mothers who don't dress their sons in girls clothes? I saw several posts saying they will not say their feelings on boys clothes because their opinion is offensive, so I would say it's quite the opposite.
    "I" dont think my opinion is offensive, i just said that going into my reasons on here is probably going to offend someone and get picked apart which judging from the comments since would have been the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMumma34 View Post
    Reminds me of where I work. .. they have unisex toilet cubicles (single ones) for staff and it's disgusting. I actually walked in on a guy that didn't bother to lock the door and I saw his penis quite clearly. was so horrified and angry!

    In certain situations there needs to be a distinction made.
    So a guy who didn't lock the door and inadvertently exposed his penis is what comes to mind when discussing little boys wanting to wear pink/sparkles/wings etc. Goodness!.

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    Nah not really. Was a lateish post and I was tired lol. And like I said befire it just came into my head

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    I'm fine with it, it's important children feel free to explore their identity without being told it's not right. It's not hurting anyone, whereas making it a 'big deal' out of it can be very harmful to a child's emotional development.
    My youngest used to wear swirly bedspread pants to school and now as a young man he has a fantastic sense of self and is very accepting of a broad range of people.


 
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