How would you reply/respond?
Don't want to hear crap like 'Who says nail polish is for girls only and what things were like in 11th century France'. It is not culturally that way today and nail polish is universally considered a feminine nail fashion.
Please explain why you'd be upset. Nothing is more irks than to simply give a yes or no answer when you can't go into details of that answer for a subject like this.
- I have no sons but if I did, I would prefer he didn't but wouldn't say anything
- I have no sons but if I did, I would speak against it and explain the importance of his maleness
- I have son (s) and I would be extremely angry (explain reason)
- I have son (s) and I'd let him decide but I wouldn't like it
- I have son (s) and I'd let him decide and feel indifferent or supportive of it
- I have son (s) and I'd discuss it with my girlfriend/wife and let her deal with it
- I have son (s) and I'd be angry for him trying to duplicate femaleness
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I would ask them why they're doing it and just take a closer look at their surroundings to see if anything outside of himself influenced him (which likely did, due to him being only 10).
I'll tell him that the world is very cruel to people like him right now, so wear male clothes until you're out of school, but at home you can wear whatever you want as long as you're wearing clothes. This allows him to think for a long time if it's something he Genuinely feels inside.
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