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20-06-2013 16:08 #51
20-06-2013 17:16 #52
I only have girls so I'm sure if we were to have a boy he would probably experiment with their dress up clothes etc.
I would not intentionally buy girls clothes for my son though.
20-06-2013 18:03 #53
Only comments on how cute he looks and how happy he was wearing it and that he didnt want to take it off
20-06-2013 18:08 #54
I dont have a daughter so those clothes were bought for him.
Hes very girly. He loves putting makeup on himself. ..pretends to straighten his hair, has a handbag he takes everywhere. ...loves heels
When shopping he points to girls clothes and says thats pretty and grabs stuff when walking past that he wants.
Thats how it came about for my ds...
20-06-2013 18:25 #55Senior Member
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OP, I wouldn't and haven't batted an eyelid when I've seen little boys dressed like your DS.
My DS1 used to come to school pick up wearing a tracky, Dora boots, wings, a rainbow beany and goggles!
Clothes don't make the man.
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20-06-2013 18:52 #56
I think the outfit in the photo was great! I bet everyone that saw him couldn't help but smile
20-06-2013 18:53 #57
Aww he looks cute! I think it's great he is free to express himself as he wants to. The greatest gift my mum gave me was loving me for who I was, even though I was a much different person to her.
When he looks back to how he went to kindy in fairy wings he'll remember it as a cute quirky thing he did as a kid rather than recalling the time his mum made him feel ashamed for wanting to express himself that way. I know which message I'd want my kid to receive.
20-06-2013 18:53 #58
20-06-2013 19:00 #59
Alternatively you say "I don't like the colour blue" then Id say "oh, why not?"
No irony... Just... How conversations seem to go.
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20-06-2013 19:10 #60Senior Member
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I don't care what my kids wear. Clothing is a great way to express yourself!
This is an extreme POV, but I have a transgender friend who was born a male but identified as female from a very young age. Her parents wouldn't let her dress the way she wanted, made her dress in typical boy clothes and shamed her for wanting to wear dresses/typical girly things. She now says this damaged her more than anything else on her entire transgender journey. She says the stupid comments from narrow minded strangers you can brush off, but having your own parents act ashamed of you hurts more than you can imagine.
I am in no way saying any child who dresses in the opposite sexes clothing is transgender of course. Just saying I think it's important for children to be allowed to express themselves, clothing included.
If society were more accepting, we wouldn't even have this conversation!
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