Personal Narrative: The Boy Who Wants To Be A Princess For Halloween

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The Boy who wants to be a princess for Halloween.

A little boy wants to be a princess for Halloween, and then a little girl wants to be Spiderman. Onlookers speak up but tend to side with the mom who does not want her son to be a princess or "Bell" for Halloween. The little girl who wants to wear the Spiderman costume her mother is also supported by some of the onlookers. The mom tells the boy he needs to find a boy costume and several onlooking children tell him that 's for little girls. The mothers in this clip have obvious issues with gender roles. When the strong woman intervenes near the end of the clip I was internally cheering for both her and the little girl wanting to be Spiderman
This scenario is a realistic one that I have witnessed with my grandsons. I have a grandson born less than a year after his sister. Whatever his big sister did he wanted to do. this included painting nails, wearing pretend makeup, and playing with dolls. His father had major issues with him doing these
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His girlfriend comes in and he leaves for a moment. During his absence the woman has a conversation with an obvious lover. The man returns, proposes, and is visibly upset as she is leaving. I feel this happens more often than what we realize. Nothing like this has ever happened to me. My opinion on the portrayed incident is that I would feel sympathetic towards the guy. The man 's behavior is not deviant but the girlfriend was she obviously was leading the man to believe she was someone she was not. Deviant is an adjective describing a person or thing that deviates from the accepted norm of social and sexual behavior. Onlookers sympathized with the man but they were hesitant to speak to the woman however they did reach out to help help the man feel like he could do better and perhaps it was not a marriage meant to be. The spectators actions are supportive, kind, and

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