Crappy Mothers Rejoice, Now Your Son can be a Disney Princess Too!
It would seem the left loves to celebrate femininity when displayed by a man via shallow stereotypes, and masculinity as long as masculinity is being personified by a woman. We're living in the Upside Down without the excitement we might all get turned to walking goo sticks. Well, 2019 just got better, y'all. In addition to the litany of trannying the tots, we now have a website for crappy moms to girlify their boys with "BoysCanBePrincessesToo.com."
Where are you dads hiding?
The Boys Can Be Princesses, Too Project is a collaboration between photographer Kitty Wolf and Chicago based children's party company Princesscapades Princess Parties.
Okay, no objection to princesses. You hear me out there? If girls want to dress up as princesses, I say LET THEM. Why just a few short years ago, the feminists told us princesses were a form of patriarchy or rape culture. But now I guess it's fine if boys do it?
It is a series of photos of little boys dressed as their favorite princesses -- together with their favorite princesses! The photos highlight the pure happiness and joy the boys feel when wearing a dress and serve as a reminder that our own hang-ups, assumptions and judgements should never get in the way of a child's innocent enjoyment and imaginative fun.
No one is against children having imaginations and living out those imaginations out. The problem here isn't that boys are getting dressed up or that boys like princesses. I've seen the Disney Princesses. They're not not attractive. Ariel's outfit consists of well-placed seashells. Princess Jasmine is hardly a modest Muslim. Princess Aurora has hair as blonde as the sun, lips as red as the rose, and a voice like a nightingale.
Why yes, yes I have been watching Disney+, why do you ask?
This project is designed to show support for kids and parents of kids that choose to play as princesses, no matter their gender. And perhaps show the world it's ok to play as whoever you want, even if it's a boy in a ballgown.
Okay, except let's not pretend dressing as a girl isn't a gateway to hormone therapy and a one-way ticket to get a chopped dingle dangle. You may call me paranoid, but have you heard of James Younger? His mother insists he's a girl because James likes Elsa from Frozen. Again, Elsa from Frozen has big blue eyes, light blonde hair, a tiny waist, and you see where I'm going with this.
By the way, it isn't just princesses Disney gives the attractive treatment. I know he hasn't mammaries, but Aladdin is drawn to be a looker. As is Prince Eric, from Little Mermaid. Prince Phillip from Sleeping Beauty isn't exactly an Antifa noodle spine. Even Kristoff from Frozen has some masculine qualities.
So imagine if a little girl said she liked Prince Eric and mom decided "Oh, she's a boy, let's dress her up as a man and have her pose with a dude."
That's how dumb this is.
Girls are princesses. Boys are princes. This isn't hard.
Also, I still need to know where the fathers of these sons are. My guess is we have a bunch of single moms on our hands. Yeah? Any fathers care to weigh in here?
Disney has the market on princesses. Marvel and DC have the corner on male superheroes. There are plenty of fictional characters boys and girls can pretend to be. Why can't Cindy dress up as Elsa and Carl dress up as Batman? Why can't Annie dress up Jasmine and Adam as Aladdin? Why can't Erin be Wonder Woman and Jack be Captain America or even Prince Charming?
Why can't we just celebrate boys for being boys? And girls for being girls? Why must we only celebrate femininity in boys and masculinity in girls?
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