........I pointed out to daughter no 2 (age 13) that her little sister’s girly trainers were labelled as unisex. She replied that yes, that seems right. I questioned this and pointed out that they were in fact both pink and glittery, and her reply warmed my heart.
“So what? Doesn’t mean a boy can’t wear them if he wants. All clothes are unisex.”
“OK then” I replied, “so you could have a unisex dress?”
“Yes. A boy can wear a dress if he wants to and there’s really nothing wrong with that.”
This is a really cute and heart-warming post from Kirsty. Actually, it's a two-part post dealing with two totally different subjects. Both are really feel-good subjects.
The second part of this post involves Kirsty and Michelle (another one of our bloggers) sitting in a cafe when someone approaches them:
“Is it ok if I sit here…”
“… and speak to you for a minute?”
“It’s ok, don’t worry. I’m like you.”
What happened next? You'll have to read the post to fine out!
I guarantee you'll enjoy this One Of Us from Kirsty.
it should be easy to be tolerant - No matter what the so-called "Conservative Christians" in the Trump White House try to do to roll back transgender rights it’s actually too late to delay p...
32 minutes ago