Registered: Nov 2008
Originally posted by » Dani
Like not buying pink to W and blue to J and getting W barbies and J cars, getting W to dancing classes and not uhm sports that is typically for guys, like American football, etc etc I guess? But letting them choose themselves or giving them more options than one. I already started that trend 29 years when I was a kid, ha. Loved black, green, blue, played soccer, played with cars and climbed trees, and basically hated dresses or girly stuffs, haha. No but imagine being like that and “forced” to like certain stuff and being put on stuff you feel disgusting in. So I think it’s a good thing, but I had a friend who kinda didn’t wanna buy pink to her daughter even tho the girl really loved pink dresses etc, she kept it “neutral”, and imo that’s wrong. The whole thing is about letting the kid create an identity by themselves.
Yes explaind exactly as I would. I think maybe people are confusing gender neutral and gendar fluid...
She's just not pushing w to be a Barbie and j to be a man's man, let them be they are just kids
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