I'm a princess daddy. Look at me. I almost last it at the Disney Store today. We I watched a rather very tell his little say "No, you sari‘: have that Rapunzel
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I'm a princess daddy

Look at me

I almost last it at the Disney Store today.
We I watched a rather very tell his little say "No, you sari‘: have
that Rapunzel dress.“ The Boy was near tears until his dad continuer,
That ones way too small. Let' s line your size "
Eventually, the little my decided against the dress and, with his dad' s
blessing. picked out a tiara instead. because “it' s better its / r
Parenting: this guy' s doing it right.
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Submitted: 11/03/2013
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#43 - Ruspanic (11/04/2013) [+] (51 replies)
Children that age are too young to understand sexuality or gender identity. Plenty of kids think the opposite gender is icky, but that doesn't make them gay. Let the kids make their own decisions when they're old enough, but screwing with gender identity at an age when the kid is that impressionable can really **** them up later in life. Good parenting doesn't mean letting your kids have whatever they want.

There's nothing inherently wrong with men wearing dresses or tiaras, but parents have a responsibility to teach their children what is socially acceptable in order to equip them to function normally in society. If that means reinforcing gender roles by buying them *gasp* gendered clothing and toys, so be it. If they realize they're gay or transgendered once they hit puberty, by all means support them or whatever, but don't try to push it on your toddlers for the sake of being progressive.
User avatar #2 - deandrummer (11/03/2013) [+] (4 replies)
inb4 the gay hating anon
#31 - lonesomemeheecan (11/04/2013) [+] (24 replies)
I don't know why it's so ******* progressive to let your kid wear a dress now a days. First of all tumblr is ******** , and of all the things that never happened, this never happened the most.
Like really, I'm sure at some point I said "Oh Girls are icky" or "Mom can I wear your high heel shoes?" and at no point were my parents like "OH MY GOD MY SONS GAY AND A TRANNY CAUSE HE SAID SOMETHING HE CANT PUT TOGETHER IN HIS UNDERDEVELOPED BRAIN, LETS DRESS HIM LIKE A GIRL" I mean, come on man, **** this genderfluid **** . Let a kid get to an age where they are capable of accurately being able to distinguish what they are feeling before you chop his ******* dick off.
If My son asks me if he can wear a dress I'll say no. If he asks me for candy all the time I'll say no. If he wants to play video games before doing his homework I'll say no. Call me a dick and a bigot, I don't ******* care, but the day I see a bunch of ******* 11 year old boys in dresses, I'm blowing my ******* head off.
#131 - drewbridge (11/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I don't really care about this, but the whole "Parenting: You're doing it right" thing is ******* asinine.

If you're implying that if you didn't buy your son a princess outfit that they are parenting their children wrong........then go **** yourself.
#3 - anonymous (11/03/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Ugh I hate gays.
#29 to #3 - xmisosoupx (11/04/2013) [-]
Ugh I hate anons
User avatar #24 - spoogle (11/04/2013) [+] (8 replies)
He should teach his little boy to be a man and not a little faggot. This world is full of pussies and you "progressives" are just ignorant **** wads who think you're making a change.
#118 - christmouth (11/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
When I was a kid, I insisted on bathing in swimsuits. My parents let me, they have pictures.
When I was a kid, I insisted on bathing in swimsuits. My parents let me, they have pictures.
#130 to #127 - christmouth (11/04/2013) [-]
but it's too embarrassing.
but it's too embarrassing.
#23 - anonymous (11/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
nothing a firm pair of fists cant fix over time
User avatar #114 - delphine (11/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Dresses are comfortable. I think men should be allowed to wear them too. After all, women can wear both pants and skirts, fair is fair!



#89 - AnonymousDonor (11/04/2013) [-]
okay im all for letting kids be innocent kids i mean in the end its really not that bad
as a kid i loved the color pink, played with little horse dolls whose hair was brushable, and forced my parents to buy 3 copies of the little mermaid - not very "male" things from most perspectives (in the end it was realized that I loved the color pink because of its closeness to the color of bloody skin [red eventually replaced it], the horses were implemented in my daydreams as war horses of the apocalypse, and i only had so many copies of the little mermaid so i could stare at her tits all day) so take that as you will

but one thing i simply can't understand is this new-age decision to abolish the concept of gender - true its not an inherently biological thing and the ignorance of some causes undue pain and isolation for confused others

but as with all things the differences between the genders are the greatest spice of life - in the same way our greatest happiness comes from great pain, or why you are never nearly as warm (and happy to be so) as when in the cold environment of winter, the spreading of the duality adds a [in my opinion] much needed flavor that may not be present otherwise

of course we cannot take it to extremes but i just see these people calling for 'no more men being men and women shouldn't allow themselves to be feminine and how dare you encourage your child to not do whatever the spoiled brat wants' and it just seems....off
User avatar #62 - bluerangermartin (11/04/2013) [-]
Tumblr is a ********
User avatar #1 - moorgar ONLINE (11/03/2013) [-]
I'm a Pretty Princess! ~Gamer Poop Skyrim
User avatar #172 - Shiny (11/04/2013) [-]
Why is everyone wigging out in the comments? I know it's Tumblr and all, and yes, we all know what that implies. But giving into one little quirky demand isn't going to turn your kid into a hopeless social deviant, just as giving him a spanking a few times isn't going to make him a lawyer, and it doesn't seem to me like his dad was eager to push any gender **** on him. You can't really claim to be neutral then bitch about some nonexistent slippery slope.

If anything, this post is **** because what his father did is pretty benign. So what if he wears a tiara around the house? Even if he does end up with GD issues, this probably won't do anything to impact that, even in a bad way.
User avatar #61 - tigronn (11/04/2013) [+] (2 replies)
On the end, nobody actually knows why dresses/skirts etc are considered "for girls only"
#69 to #61 - eddymolly (11/04/2013) [-]
For girls...
User avatar #149 - ihatecarltonbanks (11/04/2013) [-]
I can't stand when these "parenting done right" posts come up.
all the time it's either a child dressed in SWAG and it says "I don't want to live on this planet anymore!" or a child dressed in something YOU like and then it's "parenting done right" both are the exact same thing. dressing a child up in something they don't even understand and plastering it for others to see.
#115 - anonymous (11/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
no that is **** parenting

it's a little boy he has nothing to do with sexuality
he's just being misguided about something pretty....it doesen't need encouragement it needs some protection against the damn world.

this is nothing like supporting your gay son or daughter...this is letting your little kid be made fun of because you can't just say no to him
User avatar #137 to #126 - ROADHOUSE (11/04/2013) [-]
The repercussions of the kid not getting his way are far less worse than him going to school dressed like a princess one day and he becomes forever known as the kid who dressed like a fairy, which in turn leads to everyone bulling him for being different. Kids don't know better, they want something just because of reasons and it's our job as adults to guide them, not go along with something that may end up scarring them for life.
User avatar #60 - tippidyt (11/04/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Believe it or not. I was dressed as Rapunzel at a carnival in preschool. My father dared me, saying i would win the award for best costume.
#58 - anonymous (11/04/2013) [-]
Its good parenting because he isn't beating the kid up, he isn't constantly telling him he is wrong, he isn't constantly saying no to everything, but he isn't saying yes to everything either. Or what about the fact that he is actually going shopping with his son instead of staying at home being like "meh, **** shopping".
Point is, i think there is a hell lot worse parenting that can be done
#45 - anonymous (11/04/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Letting your son wear a dress makes you wear a good parent now? I get that when he's old enough to have an actually sexuality it would make you a good parent to support your son in whatever he wanted to do. But when he's a "little boy" letting him do every stupid thing that pops into his head doesn't necessarily make you a good parent.
User avatar #4 - blackrunner ONLINE (11/03/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Raising your children to be bullied in school, nice one.
User avatar #48 to #47 - lunarlizzy (11/04/2013) [-]
When I was a sophomore in high school, a junior boy committed suicide because of bullying and emotional abuse from his parents because he was what you call a "faggot". When I have a child, while I won't necessarily encourage gender fluidity before adolescence, I won't impose ignorant and backwards views on them. I honestly hope that when you chose to have children, they live in an age where gender acceptance is the norm.
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