My son is four, my daughter is two. Right now, the only difference between the sexes they are aware of is that boys have a penis and testicles, and girls have a vagina. They share toys, clothes, activities. My son loves to parade around in dresses as much as he loves to play toy cars. My daughter, well, loves whatever it is my son is currently doing. I don't see any value in telling them what a boy is "supposed to be" or what a girl is "supposed to be", because I don't accept those ideas myself.
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 11:48 PM on May. 9, 2011
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Answer by bugfin at 12:13 AM on May. 10, 2011
When we had kids, it wasn't a big deal. My oldest daughter was a tomboy--still is--and if she wanted sports equipment for her birthday, that was fine. I don't see it as a big deal. I think there is too much "thinking" going on and people are getting way too serious about "gender identity". I always just let my kids be who they wanted to be and I didn't even consider "gender" ....but that was in the 1970-'s before started going wacko about everything. Lets all just calm down,OK?
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