For Discussion: Would You Allow Your 5-Year-Old Son To Dress Up As A Princess Boy?

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Are You Feelin This Get Up?, Babies, For Discussion

My Princess boy

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?


  • ByrdLady

    Uh, no, I would not.

    • RMEs

      2nd that.

    • Phacorah


  • Slide Like a Fresh Pair of Gators

    Lil’ Sissy…

    • Slide Like a Fresh Pair of Gators

      Allowing lil’ man to be a cross dresser = ain’t that some bullsh*t…

    • daisy jay

      yes…it is..smfh. i mean like teaching little kids that two prince charmings isn’t enough! you want a person to allow their son to dress like a..PRINCESS?! i feel like i’m in the Twilight Zone

    • Slide Like a Fresh Pair of Gators

      @daisy jay

      It’s like they’re teaching this dog to be a cat, SMMFH…


    • spikepine

      This is a disaster waiting to happen. What is on parents minds these days? Children should not be able to make decisions concerning their lives at the age of 5 or 15. This is sad and disgusting. Some people these days have trouble when it comes to making wise decisions.

  • that damn sh#$ disturber

    oh boy, here we go. i don’t believe the boy is gay! he’s getting his influence from somewhere and hopefully will grow out of his barbie doll phase…

  • It's Me

    another up coming punk!! Ya’ll know how I feel about punks, so since this is a kid I will keep my comments silent!!

    • Mock Rock Star

      Yea shut your punk a$$ up

  • divalious

    lucky i have lil girls, but wouldnt let them dress up like boys.i buy the clothes that means i make the decision.

  • Hannibal


    • daisy jay

      THANK YOU HANNIBAL *sigh of relief* you’re alright when you wanna be

    • Nikki

      The right way is relative….what works for one isnt always gonna work for all. the right way to raise a child is to love and support them, style of dress should not stifel that.

    • Hermana de Cafe

      Hmm, I hardly think takin care of your kids means takin em to sporting events! Great solution!

    • kennedy

      football isnt going to teach you to be str8. there are plenty of gay downlow football players. plenty of downlow thugs, plenty of downlow husbands that have never put on a dress, wore makeup, that have never been girly..get real

    • RF

      You’re an idiot. If you think that there aren’t any gay men out there today who haven’t been to a sporting event, you are dumber than most will give you credit for. Sports is not a cure for homosexuality. Education, however is a cure for ignorance. *side-eye*

    • monica

      Hope you have a “fudgepacker” son, Hannibal, so you can test your retarded theories yourself.

      Guaranteed the kid will split from the house as soon as he can.

  • sina

    FOOLISHNESS! not cute, funny at all…

  • Iwannabems.harrisonsobad

    Hes a little b0y wtf if he7 gay big damm deal

  • Jammu

    This is not normal and I am upset at the parents for encouraging this behavior. Are they going to be happy when he is a grown man dressing up in dresses?

  • WithAllHonesty

    Let’s tackle the situation realistically. Would we allow it? Hell naw. But does it change the fact he wants to wear girl or womens clothing. So now what??

  • leah

    Hell the the MOTHA FUC*KIN NO!!!! If when he gets older and he wants to be a drag queen then thats up to him, but as long as he is in my house and i’m the one buying his clothes he can forget it. And then people wonder why their kids get bullied and teased

  • Matix B

    Not my child, but i can’t judge other parents for their choices.

  • Nikki

    That child is 5 and innocent, all the negativity is thrown in by grown AZZ folks… half of the dudes goin so bad on this baby possibly bein gay are the same ones kissin boys behind closed doors…

  • Dont Think I Won't Hitch Yah--Cause I'm Famous, I believe in KARMA

    SOOOOO IT’S Okay for that Angelie Jolie/Brad Pitt chic to dress her daughter in boy clothing? Ummmm….

  • kmr2

    If my husband and I did have a son I am Sure he WOULD have a problem with that. But the little boy is cute:)

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