SAD THEY DRESS HER LIKE SHES A BOY,
THEY let her wear what she wants. As did my parents when I was growing up. And I thank em everyday for letting me be ME.
Sad that you buy into the idea that people must fit into some idiotic gender role.
It’s sad that you’re an angry lesbian with severe gender confusion.
I’m beginning to believe that Shiloh really is a boy.
Oh, and that is pure bs about letting her wear what she wants. Those kids rarely have anything on that is colorful, something like an actual child would pick out to wear. I was a little girl once and have known many little girls…I have yet to find one that would rather wear a black boring boys tie and vest over something sparkly and fun (not to say it can’t happen).
Not everyone fits into a gender role, but this is a 5 year old. On average, 5 year olds actually do. My 4 year old son would never let me put a dress on him. And the little boy on his t-ball team with long, curly blonde hair that I mistook for a girl, let me know real quick (and about 7 times) that he was, in fact, a boy.
So, really why would a 5 year old girl want to look like a boy? And what kids would pick out mainly black, grey, or brown outfits?
My little girl would! She’s 7 years old now and has been wanting to be a boy since she was 3,5 that’s HALF OF HER LIFE! To be honest, it’s has been very hard for me, but you just have to come to accept it and let her be. It’s kind of like I’ve lost my daughter and been watching my beautiful little girl turning into a boy. No force in the world would make her put a dress on, and she’ll sulk and feel unfortable if asked to wear even the most neutral girly clothes, and will only be happy when she can change into her “boy clothes” again. Don’t judge please, it’s not always easy.
I was just like your daughter as a kid. I didnt know what gender even was, but I knew that i wasn’t comfortable wearing girly clothes. I just wasn’t comfortable presenting as female at all. It had nothing to do with my mother or her parenting though. My mother was wonderful and has raised me to be a good person and that is what is most important. My mother had nothing to do with my gender identity, that’s just how I was born. She does however have a lot to do with the person I am on the inside. I know it can be a hard pill to swallow but unconditional acceptance and love is the greatest gift that a parent can give a child.
I am beginning to think they are trying to play down that child’s beauty. Angelina even said once that Shiloh was the outcast of the family because she was light and had blonde hair. They cut her hair short and she wears what appears to be hand me downs from her brother. It started about at the age of three. Before that, she dressed very girly and it seemed everyone commented on her beauty.
What she’s chosen to wear, doesn’t make her any less beautiful. It’s pretty horrible for you to imply that. Girls can be beautiful without having to wear dresses or bright colors or flowers (I mean, I personally love wearing all of those things, but that’s me. I’ve also worn a tie and a dress shirt with buisness causual type pants. I go through tom-boyish periods, and incredibly girly periods of dressing.) Short hair is also, you know, an acceptable hairstyle as well, for a girl. She’s a tomboy, but she’s no less of an adorable child.
They dress the adopted children appropriately, but never their own daughter. Looks like they are growing another “Chaz” and no name change necessary.
Do you really know what is going on in the Jolie-Pitt household? Do not judge a book by its cover. Walk in somebody’s shoes for a mile, as the saying goes, before passing judgment.
Poor little “feller”. Shiloh don’t know he’s a girl.
gee your J doesn’t stand for Jennifer by any chance?? because you sure sound bitter and jealous.
You are such a douche.
i love her hairstyle. i find her style awesome