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Little Princess


A cute true story from the small town I used to live in.

23rd August 2014

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sneachda

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4 years ago #9330968        
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His parents were very nice to let him wear a dress and it was also very nice the jury only judged dresses and not who wears those dresses.
At least it ended very well, it could have been differently.

4 years ago #9300317        
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When my son was 2, he got into the laundry basket and a pulled on a Hello Kitty tank top of mine, and ran outside and played his with toy cars in front of our apartment. One of my neighbors ranted and raved for a minute about "how dare I put that on him!" and how I was going to "turn him gay!". I pointed out that if putting a dress on would make him gay, my dad would have turned gay when he lost that bet 20 years ago and had to wear a dress and high heels.

Not that it would matter one bit if my son was gay or not, but still, getting bent out of shape over a little boy in a shirt is ridiculous.

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6 months ago #9767985        
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My parents were cool like that too, but let me tell you, I wasn't calm and nice.

IsaIna

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2 years ago #9626795        
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In kindergarten, my little brother wanted to be a princess and it was my wish to go as a Native American.
So he got my princess dress I didn't like anyways and I turned one of his old shirts into one that Winnetou would've been proud of.

Wortel

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2 years ago #9569322        
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I have a friend who allegedly owned one or two princess dresses as a child. He'd put it on his wish list for Christmas and it was a very easy to fulfill wish, so he got it. He did indeed play with it, but turned out to be a crazy and overly manly guy later on :P The funny and kind version of crazy, that is, but overly manly and crazy all the same.

3 years ago #9442288        
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Why was he nice? You didn't explain.

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3 years ago #9442006        
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This. Is. Beautiful.
Thank You so much, it brought a little mist to my eyes.

3 years ago #9427414        
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I like this story. This is cool. I wish more people were like his parents and teachers

4 years ago #9294676        
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I just sent this to my friend, her son wore a dress to his school Christmas concert and no one said a thing. Guess my part of Canada is becoming more accepting that in the past.

khrispy

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4 years ago #9260661        
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It's nice to know there are places that stories like this can come from. If a young boy had done that where and when I grew up, he would have risked a beating from his classmates (even in kindergarten) and would have been mercilessly teased about it for years if he wasn't forced to change schools.

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