Skip to comments.CNN Employee on HuffPost: 'My Son Wore a Dress for Halloween'
Posted on 11/10/2012 6:58:32 PM PST by OddLane
You might know youre on The Huffington Post when you find an article headlined My Son Wore a Dress for Halloween. The author was Kelly Byrom, an Art Director for HLN-TV and CNN. Her son "Twirl" (a pseudonym) knocked on doors as the Disney fairy Silvermist.
Like a good liberal, she fears that her son will be pressured to change: "My biggest worry is the same as C.J.'s mom, who so eloquently wrote, "I don't want my boy to want a boy costume." I don't want my son to want a boy costume just because he is afraid to be himself. If he truly wants the boy costume, no big deal, but if he is doing it out of fear or shame, then that will be a problem."
Byrom thought it a little funny that she didn't want the skirt too short on her son's costume, so "he decided on Silvermist, the blue fairy who has a longer, blue dress with a little purple in it.
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Gee, I would be so proud. /s
It’s easy to laugh at the madness of these ‘Rat media sickos...but it would make more sense to find a way to remove them permanently from positions of influence in society.
Welcome to The New(er) Normal w/ 0bummer&CoRegimeFromHell.
Kelly should expect NAMBLA pervs to be approaching her son soon.
liberals is dumb
Here’s a whole bunch of Obama liberals being themselves... UGH!
At least she went as the gaudy Vegas singer Elvis.
I definitely would have had a problem if she wanted to be the fat, naked, full of quaaludes Elvis, sleeping on the toilet.
It's all about her. Everything is politics to these people, EVERYTHING. They happily sacrifice their kids, and YOURS, to further the leftist agenda.
You speak true, sai.
Their mantra from now until they shuffle off this mortal coil.
http://cc.pbsstatic.com/l/94/1894/9780872161894.jpg ~ originally in Playboy, but definitely one of those cartoons you just never forget.
Byrom thought it a little funny that she didn’t want the skirt too short on her son’s costume, so “he decided on Silvermist, the blue fairy who has a longer, blue dress with a little purple in it.
That was a wise decision because a female fairy with a shlong hanging out from under her short skirt would look silly.
She might as well admit she raised a faggot who will have power in prison.
The sad thing is that in a more normal era, men or boys sometimes DID dress up as girls for costume parties, just for kicks. It never would have occurred to them that that was a gay thing to do. In fact, the word “gay” was unknown.
We used to stage plays at my prep school back in the 50s. I don’t remember the name of the play, but I remember I played a bit part in one of them as an old, grandmotherly Czechoslavakian peasant woman waiting on a railroad platform. And we all thought it was funny to do something like that.
Not now. It seems like everything has been poisoned.
I don’t know ... The secone funniest costume I ever saw we’re the group of guys in highschool who didn’t shave for a week and wore girls’ field hockey uniforms.
The funniest were the group of guys who, same year, wore all white costumes (including bathing caps) with lengths of string attached to their backsides with their white sweatshirts emblazoned with “Fallopian Swim Team”
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