The truth is, pink makes that kid look fat.
First, Jon’s right, it’s incredibly cute. That child is so precious. Second, this would come out on Pink Shirt Day.
Anyway, the assertion that this hypothetical child (as in, not the model, but the character being portrayed) is going to need “psychotherapy” is incredibly backward. This child is going to grow up well-adjusted and happy because his mother loves him and doesn’t oppress the activities he likes to do. If he likes pink, and his mother is nurturing that, I’m going to guess that he’s going to come out a lot better than a little boy who likes pink but is terrified to enjoy it because his parents or other kids don’t think that’s what boys should like. Whatever depth this magazine editorial has, it’s very concerning that Dr. Keith’s idea of messing up a kid is spending time with him doing things he enjoys rather than, say, fighting in front of him with your husband or partner, smoking or drinking to excess, or god forbid verbally or physically harming him.
when will you realize that gender is just a construct? the image in question is just the most adorable thing. who cares if it’s boy with pink toenails?
(Source: iiwaslike, via rhiannonward)