It makes me so happy that more little kids are getting the opportunity to express themselves free of shame. Along with our eggs, I have no doubt there are some future drag queens in the mix, as well as cis boys who just think it's fun to be a princess for a while.
And that's amazing. A world where kids can be into both masculinity and femininity if they want is beautiful and has so much potential good in it regardless of trans stuff, because I know that I wish more guys could say "when I was little She-Ra was my hero" or "I really wanted to be like Dora."
the homophobes and transphobes who are infuriated by boys (and "boys") being princesses are all saying basically the same thing: it's "wrong" and "how could you do this to children" and "this is perverted."
And it's like, these are literally just kids playing dress up. It's bizarre and gross to read anything more into it, really, until and unless they say something like "I'm a girl" at which point you will know that you have a girl who likes to be a princess 🤷
@Eweish yes yes yes yes, 💯 thank you for saying this so clearly
Grandson, with two older sisters loves joining in with dress up. Three princesses can quite often be seen dancing and running around the house. He also does a fair dinosaur and/or superhero impression, as do they (;*
All three have great imaginations, why squelch them (:*
@Eweish Dora the explorer, or Dora the fish?
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