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    Better a princess than a pauper.
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    Because his father is already a pussy
    Your avatar is potentially offensive, and I think that you should change it to be more age appropriate.
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    Yes I would.
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    Yes. Clothes/costumes shouldn't be gendered anyway
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    um of course, because i wasnt brought up racist
    It's the chinese guy!
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    (Original post by ermahgerd11)
    You did not just...

    His father is a ****ing lion. Don't let him hear you say that. He'll rip you to shreds

    Idk why i'm defending an imaginary father
    A lion scared to let his son dress as a princess during Halloween is not a lion, he's a pussy :teehee: I actually called you a pussy if you haven't yet realised that :mmm:
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Because a boy is not meant to wear a dress that is designed for girls, I mean next you'll be telling it is okay for him to eat out of a dog bowel, because he thinks he is a dog.
    There comes a boundary
    A dogs bowl and an item of clothing are two different things. Human-set gender norms are the only things which determine what anyone is "meant" to wear and not.

    So many of my friends used to dress up in clothing generally prescribed to the opposite gender when they were little; you're placing it in a context it needn't be placed in. Let kids be kids and stop trying to shove an agenda down their throats. Clothing isn't going to influence anyone one way or another.
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Your avatar is potentially offensive, and I think that you should change it to be more age appropriate.
    I don't see anything offensive about 2 guys kissing. Aren't you just jealous that you're not the guy who's being kissed in the avatar?
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Your avatar is potentially offensive, and I think that you should change it to be more age appropriate.
    It's a couple of guys kissing - grow up and start sorting your insecurities out.
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    I don't see anything offensive about 2 guys kissing. Aren't you just jealous that you're not the guy who's being kissed in the avatar?
    As a straight male, no.
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    A lion scared to let his son dress as a princess during Halloween is not a lion, he's a pussy :teehee: I actually called you a pussy if you haven't yet realised that :mmm:
    Wait, where did you call me a pussy? It's all going past my head smh
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Because a boy is not meant to wear a dress that is designed for girls, I mean next you'll be telling it is okay for him to eat out of a dog bowel, because he thinks he is a dog.
    There comes a boundary
    It's Halloween :facepalm: The purpose of this event is to dress how you want, it's not like they would be wearing it on a daily basis. Santa Claus costume is supposed to be only for men, yet I've seen women wearing them too. Times have changed and I don't see anything wrong if a boy wants to be a princess on Halloween.
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    (Original post by K.C)
    yes and i would dress up as the queen with him
    YAAAAAS
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    (Original post by ermahgerd11)
    Wait, where did you call me a pussy? It's all going past my head smh
    This thread asked if you would let your son dress up as a princess and you said no because you don't want him to become a pussy, so I said his father (aka you) is already a pussy.
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    This thread asked if you would let your son dress up as a princess and you said no because you don't want him to become a pussy, so I said his father (aka you) is already a pussy.
    What makes you think i'm a male though..no wonder i was so bloody confused :rofl:
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    Yes, i have a son and i would let him dress up as whatever he wants ( when he's older that is - he's 1)
    If girls can be tomboys and play with boy toys then why cant boys do the opposite?

    Id support him regardless of those of you who think your opinion matters and that boys shouldn't.

    No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.
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    (Original post by ermahgerd11)
    What makes you think i'm a male though..no wonder i was so bloody confused :rofl:
    That's because most men would be scared to let their sons be princesses and women are more open-minded :laugh:
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    That's because most men would be scared to let their sons be princesses and women are more open-minded :laugh:
    Ah, got it. I am open minded...
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    (Original post by ermahgerd11)
    Ah, got it. I am open minded...
    Then why would you be scared to let your son be dressed up as a princess for Halloween? Where I come from, we didn't really had a Halloween, instead we had another even similar to Halloween where we go dressed up, usually as gypsies and ask for sweets or if they don't have it, they usually give us money. My friends (girls) dressed me up as a gypsie lady and that did not make me any less worthy than any other person, it was all for fun
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    Realistically, I doubt it. I wouldn't buy him barbies or those brightly coloured little ponies either.

    Depends on the age and context though. If he's 16 and it's a joke I wouldn't be bothered.
 
 
 
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