Dad Supports Young Son's Wish to Be Queen Elsa for Halloween, Agrees to Be His Princess Anna

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    Oct 11, 2015 11:23 AM GMT
    https://www.yahoo.com/celebrity/news/dad-supports-young-sons-wish-queen-elsa-halloween-153600832-us-weekly.html
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    Oct 11, 2015 12:46 PM GMT
    This is wonderful, 'Like Father - Like son' or is that the other way around. Well, mom can get dressed up like the character played by, Charlize Theron from the movie 'Monster'...ooops! Am I a bad ass, she was Lesbian. One happy family.
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    Oct 11, 2015 4:18 PM GMT
    I think DAD is kinda HOT! and his son is really cute!
  • hebrewman

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    Oct 11, 2015 5:08 PM GMT
    now that's great!! fantastic dad AND parent. and the two are not the same.
  • Sincityfan

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    Oct 11, 2015 6:02 PM GMT
    I saw this a while ago and....Elsa is a very popular Disney character, if not the most popular. So him wanting to dress up as her is far from shocking.
    One of these articles pop up every year now though, so it's not surprising.

  • Pyre85

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    Oct 11, 2015 11:09 PM GMT
    Sincityfan saidI saw this a while ago and....Elsa is a very popular Disney character, if not the most popular. So him wanting to dress up as her is far from shocking.
    One of these articles pop up every year now though, so it's not surprising.



    It's not surprising that there are boys to want girl toys. What is FAR too rare is a father that does not freak out and force his son into gender conformity.
    I worked the toy section at a retailer, it was absolutely heartbreaking watching boys get shamed by their fathers for wanting things that weren't even feminine, but not overtly masculine enough.
    This one boy wanted a pillow pet, not even girly, it was a a green dragon. His mother didn't think this was a concern. His dad lost it. Pulled her aside, whispered pretty angrily that he couldn't have it, it wasn't a boys toy.
    He was at least nice about it to the kid and didn't shame him directly, but offering the boy his pick of selected toys that screamed male dominance, and telling him he could have one of those.

    So when I read this, I'm pretty overjoyed to see a parent that couldn't care less about the costume as long as it made his son happy. Hopefully in the future there wont be more articles like this, because it will be so commonplace as to not be newsworthy.
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    Oct 12, 2015 4:36 PM GMT
    Pyre85 said
    Sincityfan saidI saw this a while ago and....Elsa is a very popular Disney character, if not the most popular. So him wanting to dress up as her is far from shocking.
    One of these articles pop up every year now though, so it's not surprising.



    It's not surprising that there are boys to want girl toys. What is FAR too rare is a father that does not freak out and force his son into gender conformity.
    I worked the toy section at a retailer, it was absolutely heartbreaking watching boys get shamed by their fathers for wanting things that weren't even feminine, but not overtly masculine enough.
    This one boy wanted a pillow pet, not even girly, it was a a green dragon. His mother didn't think this was a concern. His dad lost it. Pulled her aside, whispered pretty angrily that he couldn't have it, it wasn't a boys toy.
    He was at least nice about it to the kid and didn't shame him directly, but offering the boy his pick of selected toys that screamed male dominance, and telling him he could have one of those.

    So when I read this, I'm pretty overjoyed to see a parent that couldn't care less about the costume as long as it made his son happy. Hopefully in the future there wont be more articles like this, because it will be so commonplace as to not be newsworthy.


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    Oct 14, 2015 3:03 AM GMT
    I guess the dad decided to...









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