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It's cool to have films and pop culture do productions on boys who challenge traditional gender roles... It's just too bad that it always has to turn into a trans thing.
I wasn't around then, but did little girls have to deal with this when they started becoming Tom boys back in the day??
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No, tomboyism was always accepted and celebrated -- at least in my lifetime. The opposite, however, was vigorously and sometimes violently opposed.moonshadow wrote:I wasn't around then, but did little girls have to deal with this when they started becoming Tom boys back in the day??