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My Princess Boy (A mom's story about a young boy who loves to dress up.) Paperback – 2010
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My Princess Boy is a nonfiction picture book about acceptance. With words and illustrations even the youngest of children can understand, My Princess Boy tells the tale of 4-year-old boy who happily expresses his authentic self by happily dressing up in dresses, and enjoying traditional girl things such as jewelry and anything pink or sparkly. The book is from a mom’s point of view, sharing both good and bad observations and experiences with friends and family, at school and in shopping stores. My Princess Boy opens a dialogue about embracing uniqueness, and teaches you and others how to accept young boys who might cross traditional gender line clothing expectations. The book ends with the understanding that ‘my’ Princess Boy is really ‘our’ Princess Boy, and as a community, we can accept and support youth for whoever they are and however they wish to look.
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I still think I have to hide what I am, from those I know. Every few months I dress and go to the famous store at 2 or 3 in the morning. It is wonderful to be able to feel who I am. A few out there reading this will understand.
I hope for world peace and for children to be loved for the way they are. There is little chance for either. Please love your children. Others, please buy for your "normal" children. Maybe a small seed would be planted that being different isn't always evil.