Didney princess. Fresh outta tumblr. Never seen this before.. This is my son, Chester, who is nearly 4. He was invited to his friend Chloe's birthday party tada
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Didney princess

Fresh outta tumblr. Never seen this before.

This is my son, Chester, who is nearly 4. He was invited to his friend
Chloe's birthday party taday. the theme was prince and princesses.
He asked if he could go as Sleeping Beauty, so I enught him a dress
and put a cute little clip in his hair-
We arrived at the party to the fallowing comments frem the adults
present:
Oh that is just cruel."
Why did you make him wear a dress?"
Freer little man, what' s your mummy playing at?'
He' s going to hate you when he grows up."
No way I' d let my sen dress We a girl.''
The tact is, Chester is almost completely gender neutral. I let him wear
what he wants, m it eeis or girls clothes. and he plays with whatever
toys he lillies. This usually involves him helding tea parties while
wearing his pint; Minnie Mouse top, jeans and a tiara. The guests are
mere often than not a mixture Winnie The Wen characters,
dinasaurs. Handle. Dora and solders. and they' re usually transporter
in his faverite fire engine.
When my husband arrived at the party later on, he was subjected to
endless ridicule frem the other dad' s present hew I must Heep
his halls in my pack ebcause otherwise he weild have put his
feet dawn and not allowed Chester out like that. Oh, and try the way,
our other sen dressed as Ariel. When my husband pointed out that
the eeis were happy, and the mather the birthday child made a
point saying hew Wonderful she thought it was that we allowed them
freedom choice and expression, they then stopped taming it
to our faces and started muttering us behind our packs.
Interestingly enough, not a single child said a werd their choice
costumes. other than to compliment Chester on his new dress.
not a single child made a negative cemment
not a single child made a negative comment
mat a single child made a negative cemment
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User avatar #43 - vexaton ONLINE (02/03/2014) [+] (19 replies)
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Aand this just made front page, with exactly 100 thumbs up. First time I've been on front page in quite a while. Thanks guys, and I am reading all your comments. There's a lot of negativity on this subject, so please keep in mind that the comments here might be contradicting your beliefs, just like any other post on FJ. Thanks again, and have a wonderful day, whether you be straight, bisexual, gay, transsexual or anything inbetween, or even outside those definitions.
#474 - delphine ONLINE (02/04/2014) [+] (9 replies)
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If it's okay and acceptable for girls to dress like this, then it should be okay and acceptable for boys to dress like that young lad. They're just clothes. My brother was dressed "as a boy" and played with action figures and race cars and all that **** , and he still turned out fabulously gay. Kids really don't care what they wear until adults teach them to care.
#18 - Maroon ONLINE (02/03/2014) [+] (24 replies)
Jesus Christ these stupid hippie tumbler posts. 						*****					 sake, gender means nothing to children until puberty. You can bet your balls if those kids were old enough to know how their genitals work, they'd be ridiculing them harder than the adults. 						******					 parents utilizing 						******					 hippie logic to raise a bunch of morons who will have no idea how life works all the while yelling "LOOK AT ME INTERNET, I'M SUCH A PROGRESSIVE PARENT HURR DURR"
Jesus Christ these stupid hippie tumbler posts. ***** sake, gender means nothing to children until puberty. You can bet your balls if those kids were old enough to know how their genitals work, they'd be ridiculing them harder than the adults. ****** parents utilizing ****** hippie logic to raise a bunch of morons who will have no idea how life works all the while yelling "LOOK AT ME INTERNET, I'M SUCH A PROGRESSIVE PARENT HURR DURR"
User avatar #32 - randomathon (02/03/2014) [+] (8 replies)
I dunno why not a single child made a negative comment is so emphasized... they don't even understand what's going on. That's like saying NOT A SINGLE DOG MADE A NEGATIVE COMMENT.
#236 - lazorman ONLINE (02/04/2014) [+] (14 replies)
4 year olds don't even know the ******* difference between a male and female. he's not "gender neutral," he is FOUR
#29 - wacemindu (02/03/2014) [+] (14 replies)
I'm not sure where I stand on gender neutrality. On one hand I think, good for you for not pushing your kids into things they don't want and allowing them to express themselves.


On the other hand I think your kid looks like a ******* faggot* and if he continues to have a lacking of gender roles into his teen years then you're wrecking his life because society will eat him up and spit him out.







When I say ******* faggot I don't mean gay, nothing wrong with that... I mean a faggot...like those twenty year olds that get giant flesh holes and obscene tattoos and then bitch about how society judges them...
#63 - Skwurll (02/03/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Yeah, I support gender/sexuality/religious equality/acceptance/tolerance and all that good **** .

But if I had a son, I would teach him what society expects of him as a man. Fast forward 6 years, say this kid is starting middle school. He would be bullied, beaten, ridiculed, and outcast for dressing like that.

In my opinion, parents who do this are ******* up their children. This kid is going to be so confused about his self-image and sexuality. If you're gay or bisexual, then be that, but children haven't developed their sexuality at that age, and raising them gender neutral will only make their lives harder.

Puberty-Adolescence is supposed to be about finding out who you are as a person, be it gay/straight, masculine/feminine or anything in between. When these children don't have a frame of reference for this, they will not know what to do.

One of my friends was raised gender neutral, he's gay now, but for most of his teenage life he had no idea what he was. He was mocked by homophobes and bullied because he didn't fit in. He has told me that had he been raised with traditional gender roles, it would have made his choice much easier.

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User avatar #37 - drainbramage (02/03/2014) [+] (21 replies)
I'm all for letting kids wear what they want, but at least let them understand that they have a gender, that's where transsexuals come from.
User avatar #41 to #38 - drainbramage (02/03/2014) [-]
I think it's important for kids to understand that they do indeed have a gender, and should be treated as such, I'm not saying that they should be force fed all of their gender **** and such, but I just feel like if kids don't learn about how their gender acts, they'll be abused for most of their life, because if you say that forcing a boy to be masculine is a bad thing, the opposite isn't exactly better, just because you are more accepting, doesn't mean the vast majority of people are. I don't know if I've worded this correctly, but basically, there's nothing wrong with boys having feminine toys, even I watched Hannah Montana for ***** sake, but they should still be taught about what society expects of them, otherwise they'll grow up to be **** on by their peers.
#179 - believingsnail (02/03/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I disagree with this, because it convinces the child that everyone will be welcoming to him no matter what he does or wears. Once he goes into his teens he will be 						*******					 ripped apart   
   
 and he looks 						*******					 stupid
I disagree with this, because it convinces the child that everyone will be welcoming to him no matter what he does or wears. Once he goes into his teens he will be ******* ripped apart

and he looks ******* stupid
User avatar #16 - huffe (02/03/2014) [+] (12 replies)
"almost completely gender neutral"
let me tell you something bitch. every damn child in the world is like that. because they don't know what gender means or entails. they don't care, because it doesn't ******* matter to them. they aren't even capable of sexual reproduction yet.
so stop your ******* bragging about how special your kid is, because NEWS FLASH: he ain't
/rant
User avatar #164 - manofbeardliness ONLINE (02/03/2014) [+] (11 replies)
It amazes me that people are so adamant towards eliminate gender roles. A persons' sex is biological. People are trying to out nurture nature and it's not working well. Men are born men, women are born women, therefor they both have biological differences that do affect their psychological growth and capabilities. If your kid grows older and finds out they're gay, that's fine. If your kid grows older and claims that they're the opposite sex trapped in their sex's body, than whatever. That's THEM finding THEMSELVES. Don't raise your kid in the gray because you want to be Mr. and Ms. new age parent, it sure as hell isn't doing them a favor. You're going to cause a *********** of confusion for them and it's going to make their life harder.
#90 - kaboozle123 (02/03/2014) [+] (1 reply)
you're child is going to have everything they want until they hit middle school, they will then be ridiculed immensely. they will then become extremely confused as to who they are and what gender they identify with. this will lead to isolation, drugs, cutting, and finally suicide at some point in high school, maybe make it to college.

why? because you traumatized a kid by not restricting them and teaching them societal norms. when he's older he can make the decision to wear whatever he wants but as a kid he knows nothing about gender roles. and neither do any other kids so of course they won't ridicule him. how would they know what to ridicule him for?

kids are base human beings with very little to no outward influence. put 10 kids alone in a room for 5 hours, some will be hurt, some might be dead. they're base human beings and base human beings are hedonistic and evil and greedy. they want what they want when they want it. and they will destroy whatever is in their way unless you lead them on the proper path to being mature enough to make those decisions by themselves in a logical manner that agrees with their morals, values, and life views.

you hippie parents make me so ******* sick
#76 - nonanonnon (02/03/2014) [+] (1 reply)
To be fair, he is rocking that dress.
User avatar #212 - lavitts (02/04/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Point the first.
That kid is not "gender neutral". That kid is four. He's four and gives no ***** . That's it. Quit trying to assign this **** to a child who has better things to do than deal with it. He has tea parties to throw and yards to run around in.

Point the second.
Aurora a **** . Kid shoulda gone as Mulan. That bitch got game.
#62 - comradewinter ONLINE (02/03/2014) [+] (13 replies)
I ******* hate parents who do stuff like this.

Primary communication is the idea of the first things you will hear. This is usually from the age 0-5/6, depending on when the kid starts at school. It has been proven numerous times, that this is the time that establishes a person's character. You can go all about gender neutrality all you want, but by allowing them certain things can, and will, leave negative effects later on. People are different, that's what society is about, but we have always broken it down into male and female. And while kids might just giggle at something at a young age, it can become seriously ******* horrifying around middle school. I used to sit home and play computer games, read comics or whatever all the time when I was younger, without my parents telling me to go outside once. The cause for this, was while other kids were playing, I had no social comprehension whatsoever, and I spent 3 years in complete awkwardness just to get some reliable friends. Thinking back on it, my parents would've done a lot for me by forcing me outside, even if I didn't like it back then. We build good character for a reason.

Teach your child to think different, not to be different. That's what causes secularity.

And if you doubt the kid will wear a dress around middle school, you're probably right. But teaching a kid something is completely fine when it's the exact contrary, is not a good course of action. Think about the future, not the present. They may not like you then, but in the next 70 years, they will learn to appreciate the valuable lessons.
#65 - Animefreake (02/03/2014) [+] (2 replies)
He could turn out like one of those boys, that is so attractive, that everyone wants to **** him, regardless of gender or sexuality.
#39 - xxxsonic fanxxx (02/03/2014) [-]
Like always, it kinda defeats the purpose of promoting acceptance when you feel the need to egobate on Tumblr.
#6 - iamnuff (02/03/2014) [-]
you inherit your prejudices from your parents, then pass them down to your kids.

what else is new?
User avatar #69 - reginleif ONLINE (02/03/2014) [+] (2 replies)
This is ridiculous, as parents there is a responsibility to at the very least discourage harmful behaviors. A child at 10 isn't gender neutral, gender fluid, trans or whatever ******** name they come up with. He's a male child, and by encouraging this abnormal behavior it only leads to worse behaviors that will utlimately end up hurting him even more.

Now it's a dress, then it's hormonal treatments, stress from his peers, genital mutilation and a plethora of mental conditions associated with this stuff.

Have you seen trans communities? These people are not mentally right, and you expect me to accept that children go that route?

Call me transphobic, or anything else you want, I'll go to sleep with a clear conscious, the REAL MONSTERS are the people who willingly sacrifice their children to the gods of Ideology, whether it be conservative or liberal.

I really shouldn't try to fight the tumblrization of FunnyJunk, but this **** is stupid nonetheless.
#7 - tsukaza (02/03/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Why is it Tumbler always seems to have to Repeat things in a post above it?
Why is it Tumbler always seems to have to Repeat things in a post above it?
Why is it Tumbler always seems to have to Repeat things in a post above it?
Why is it Tumbler always seems to have to Repeat things in a post above it?
No really, whenever I see a tumbler post and this happens it annoys the **** out of me.
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