Mothers Should Teach Sons To Express Their Feminine SideGirls are being encouraged to dress and behave like boys, but as soon as a boy tries to dress or behave in a feminine way, he is discouraged from doing so. In the worst cases, a feminine boy can find himself ostracised or even considering suicide. This is so wrong.
We boys need to develop our feminine side and should be congratulated for being feminine in a world that is becoming more feminised. The mother is generally the most influential figure in a boy's childhood and she should take the lead. Along with his boy toys and clothes, a boy should have access to girl toys and clothes. Mother should set aside "Girl Time" for her son(s). This means that part of the time, she will put him in a dress and skirt, teach him make up and other feminine skills such as sewing and make him do housework. He will also have to play only with girls' toys when he wears a dress or skirt.
The boy may resent it at first, but with his mother's encouragement, he will soon get used to his new clothes and will learn new skills. He will even come to appreciate that he can switch genders and benefit from the experience of living both as a boy and as a girl.
Mother and son will also develop a closer bond from a shared experience of femininity and the boy will gain a greater understanding of, and appreciation for, females.
It's a complete win-win for mother, son and society as a whole.