Dyson’s mother showed her support for her son by writing this book about their family’s experience.
“Sharing our experience openly has created a dialogue people in general weren’t having — and now with My Princess Boy adults and children have a starting point for a discussion that is difficult for many parents to approach,” she said.
Experts say that Dyson’s attraction to sparkly female clothing doesn’t mean he’ll be gay, but that seems like the natural fear any parent would have about a cross-dressing son — no matter his age. How much do you think the behavior we exhibit as children factors into who we become as adults?
And should Cheryl Kilodavis’ efforts to support her son and his wishes be applauded, or is she paving the way for him to become one of the “Mean Girls” at Morehouse?