Megan Fox Mk-ing Her Children?

Aero

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Two of my cousins thought they were power rangers until they were like 15. And they turned out fine. The point is, I think we should let kids express themselves. But obviously within reason.

Being a Ninja Turtle is ok. Scarface not Ok
 






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So Megan breaks up with her husband and is seen around town with this guy...does she have a problem with men?

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Kids are still dressed like girls..all three are boys
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And then her husband says..
Brian Austin Green says 'never say never' about reconciling his 15-year relationship with Megan Fox: 'We really went through a lot together'
 






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Maybe one of them wanted to wear a dress so the other one did too and she just let them do their thing. My son is 2 and always plays with the dresses at the clothes store and plays with my dresses in the closet. He isn’t old enough to ask me to buy him one so I don’t and I usually tell him that girls wear dresses but not condescendingly. It’s just clothes. Historically everyone wore dresses. I’ve had to go through this thought since I became a parent that my child may decide to be “gender fluid” or gay etc and maybe it isn’t my belief of what is right but I love that boy and always will no matter who or what he is/becomes. Nothing will change that I carried him, birthed him, fed him, taught him to walk and talk, have been smothered by his kisses... I will love him no matter what he does. So maybe that’s just the thought of some of these celebrity parents. It’s no different than those who let their child dye their hair blue or hot pink bc it’s what the kid wants.
 






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Maybe one of them wanted to wear a dress so the other one did too and she just let them do their thing. My son is 2 and always plays with the dresses at the clothes store and plays with my dresses in the closet. He isn’t old enough to ask me to buy him one so I don’t and I usually tell him that girls wear dresses but not condescendingly. It’s just clothes. Historically everyone wore dresses. I’ve had to go through this thought since I became a parent that my child may decide to be “gender fluid” or gay etc and maybe it isn’t my belief of what is right but I love that boy and always will no matter who or what he is/becomes. Nothing will change that I carried him, birthed him, fed him, taught him to walk and talk, have been smothered by his kisses... I will love him no matter what he does. So maybe that’s just the thought of some of these celebrity parents. It’s no different than those who let their child dye their hair blue or hot pink bc it’s what the kid wants.
Be his parent...tell him right from wrong...he doesn’t get to decide...that’s the real problem.

The problem is that she has 3 boys. The oldest one, I think since being the oldest has been brainwashed into thinking he is a girl. Any picture with him in it he’s been dressed like a girl...they others to varying degrees but I’ve never really seen pictures where they were dressed as boys or ever had their hair cut as a little boy would..they all have longer hair..that looks unwashed and uncombed.
 






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Be his parent...tell him right from wrong...he doesn’t get to decide...that’s the real problem.

The problem is that she has 3 boys. The oldest one, I think since being the oldest has been brainwashed into thinking he is a girl. Any picture with him in it he’s been dressed like a girl...they others to varying degrees but I’ve never really seen pictures where they were dressed as boys or ever had their hair cut as a little boy would..they all have longer hair..that looks unwashed and uncombed.
Sorry but I’d rather love and accept my child and build a strong relationship rather than dominate his beliefs and push him away from me for life.
 






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Sorry but I’d rather love and accept my child and build a strong relationship rather than dominate his beliefs and push him away from me for life.
You’re the parent...shouldn’t you tell him what’s true rather than encourage the lie that a child can make his own decisions? C’mon now!!

He won’t even remember it...will grow up and be well adjusted because he knows he’s a boy and his mom reinforced the correctness of it.
 






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Doing nothing wrong..their boys like long hair..


Brian Austin Green defends his sons after critics remark on their long hair: 'In my opinion they are beautiful'
 






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It's just one picture/outing.

That article mentions long hair as if we're still in the 50s and men/boys don't wear their hair to shoulder length.

It's normal for little boys to have long hair. Most of them are afraid of getting it cut, and sharp sheers/buzzers are dangerous around scared kids.

The boy is probably going through a period where he wants to dress up. Honestly, at that age, and in this age, you just have to let them. Can you imagine being a parent, telling a child not to wear a dress in the period of "men can wear dresses if they want to!"? They'll repress that shit and return it 10x by saying they're trans just to rebel.

The other boy is wearing overalls. They're in Malibu, the shops there sell a lot of hippie, colorful, fringy things. I don't think it goes deeper than that.
 






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