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Would You Let Your Son Wear Pink Shoes?

It's not just a matter of boys liking pink without qualifiers. It's about adults reinforcing to our children that color matters, that certain colors in certain contexts are wrapped in shame, and we are safer when we hide our joy and vibrancy from the world around us. The post Would You Let Your Son Wear Pink Shoes? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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