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Because of the recent increases of boys appearing in dresses and skirts I went to the mall for research.  AT Kohl's and Macy's I discovered that there have been several mothers who came into the stores seeking more feminine clothing for their sons.  At Kohl's the sales associate there said one mother even brought her son with her so he could try on some dresses and skirts.  Since she made a commission on these sales she went along with it.  She said the boy looked fabulous and the boy liked  the clothing.  I ran across a picture of several boys who were wearing an assortment of girl's  clothing (see attachment).  I s this an indincation  of mothers now allowing their sons more freedom to dress.


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#2
In an ideal world such clothing will not be considered girl's clothes, but for any gender. Boys might begin to discover how comfortable and practical skirts are. It is about time, after all woman wear traditionally male clothing without any comment whatever.
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(08-25-2016, 05:42 PM)melodie Wrote: Because of the recent increases of boys appearing in dresses and skirts I went to the mall for research.  AT Kohl's and Macy's I discovered that there have been several mothers who came into the stores seeking more feminine clothing for their sons.  At Kohl's the sales associate there said one mother even brought her son with her so he could try on some dresses and skirts.  Since she made a commission on these sales she went along with it.  She said the boy looked fabulous and the boy liked  the clothing.  I ran across a picture of several boys who were wearing an assortment of girl's  clothing (see attachment).  I s this an indincation  of mothers now allowing their sons more freedom to dress.

Let's hope so!   The mothers are the key to creating Prissy Boys.  It is such a delight to know that more boys are wearing skirts and dresses!
Feminine men make the best spouses for independent women. Feminized  Male wives for Empowered women is the future!
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#4
One mother who has become the public face of this new trend is the actress Charlize Theron. It is always good to have a public figure involved because it creates widespread awareness and discussion, and brings out others who decide to go public and join in what is now a topic for discussion. This is just the beginning of a phenomenon that's been a long time coming and will prove to be unstoppable. Just like when women first began to wear pants.

The internet is fighting over this picture of Charlize Theron's son in a dress
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#5
I read all the comments pro and con. One comment stating that no boy at the age of 5 or 7 would want to wear a dress is wrong. Transgenderd boys say they knew since they were even younger then 7. I knew I was not like most boys and liked wearing dresses and being my mom's special little girl (gurl = guy + girl).
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(08-26-2016, 06:19 PM)melodie Wrote: I read all the comments pro and con.  One comment stating that no boy at the age of 5 or 7 would want to wear a dress is wrong.  Transgenderd boys say they knew since they were even younger then 7.  I knew I was not like most boys and liked wearing dresses and being my mom's special little girl (gurl = guy + girl).

Melodie, I think for a boy to like wearing a dress, is perhaps the easiest part, not so sure when mother presents him with a pair of nylon panties. There seems to be a wide division from dresses and panties when attempting to create a prissy son. How best to bridge that gap?
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Mother explains why she lets her son live as a girl
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/articl...skirt.html
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"Why I refuse to apologise for my son wearing a dress"
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/why-...2652d7c381
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"While Logan was born a boy, he is so sure he is a girl that mum Emma has taken the incredible step of letting him live as one"
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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/real-life-s...oy-6348318
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"would light up when he could dress like a girl"
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http://www.sltrib.com/news/3983987-155/w...ke-to-be-a

"proud mother of 6 Sam backed litttle Joseph when he asked for a pink cake and princess toys for his birthday"
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...l#comments
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