Where does this leave these two freaks and their “gender neutral” child?:
His father, a computer software designer, said Sasha is aware he is a boy and has been allowed to grow up taking an interest in whatever he wants. If Sasha wants to dress up in girls clothes then so be it, Mr Cooper said. But were not forcing it.
The girls clothes and fancy dress are for fun at home. We dont make Sasha go out in girls clothes.
Miss Laxton said her own background had influenced her view about gender stereotypes.
My mothers very sporty and my dad was very emotional. Wed watch The Wizard of Oz and always start crying, whereas my mum would think we were really soppy, she said. So its always seemed obvious to me that stereotypes didnt fit the people I knew.
It’s difficult for us old farts to try to figure out what the rules are in the war on normal sexuality.
You give your boy an ambi-sexual name like Sasha..... You can see the parents were up to no good just by the name they gave the poor kid.