my son looks like a girl, mostly because i keep his hair long. i do admit that i wanted a daughter and have dressed him up like a girl before. he does not like when i dress him up so i dont do it very often, but he does have a quite few outfits in his closet. my friend is getting married so we decided to see what he would look like in a dress for the wedding. he looked so pretty, my sister took a video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FP5Hv_2kuA
do you think it would be ok if we asked him to be the actual flower girl at the wedding? nobody would know and my friend really wants it, she has no one else to do it.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:30 PM on Aug. 10, 2009 in Tweens (9-12)
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please dont do this to him. i new somebody that did this to her younguest boy and even went as far as putting him on hormones so we develop like a girl and she could keep dressing him up. the poor boy grew breasts and ended up looking like a teenage girl. he needed extenxsive therapy and decided to live as a girl, now 15, but had a very hard time. he didn want to be a girl when he was little.
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