"My son likes to wear dresses..."

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Raakone
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"My son likes to wear dresses..."

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Found this article here.... https://www.lovewhatmatters.com/my-son- ... nce-pride/

This is awesome!
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Here's 3 more links to stories about kids.
These stories are from different parts of the world.
They're quite good and an interesting read on how
parents are willing to let their kids "be themselves" :D

https://www.lovewhatmatters.com/my-son- ... -embraces/

https://www.lovewhatmatters.com/levi-ha ... to-school/

https://www.lovewhatmatters.com/my-son- ... ant-to-be/

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Uncle Al wrote:
Thu Jun 24, 2021 5:11 pm
This is awesome!
Hi Al
I agree that these are good news stories for these kids.
OK and you can call me a pessimist but they are only 4 out of a countless number who will never be granted that freedom until they are old enough to claim it for themselves.
I would like to think that this message will spread to all parents of all children but somehow I just have doubts.
The day may dawn when any person in any form of dress will raise no comment at all.
Realism, pessimism or optimism, take your pick because I really am not sure.
Steve.
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