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My friends son isnt allowed to play with dolls or toy kitchens is this wrong ?

deanos Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
When his comes round he loves playing with dolls and pushchairs and the toy kitchen with my dughter, he told his wife not to let him near dolls and prams and kitchens but she lets him anyway without dad knowing

Hes only 2 , i rekon that dad is worried he might turn out gay or something.

Anyome else think its crazy ?
deanos Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Most of the best chefs in the world are Men.

Men are also fathers and engineers etc.. all these toys help him learn to understand the world around him.
#2
Slap The Dad He Is An Idiot
WOULD LOVE TO HERE HIM CALL RAMSY A POOF
#3
My boys dad is exactly the same - I don't give a stuff if they want to play with dolls or anything like that and the youngest one does
#4
What a prat!
#5
awww my ex didnt want me to buy my son a kitchen when he was just toddling, i bought it anyway, and he loved it, done him no harm lol
banned#6
its not your kid so whats it to you?
#7
Is it wrong that i play with my doll ................ :oops:
#8
Shame really,they really like the role play of these so called girly toys,and it's good for their development.
I don't think nothing wrong with it,don't really catergorise toys too much,specially when they younger,they enjoy playing with anything for a few years anyway.
#9
smithyp1
Is it wrong that i play with my doll ................ :oops:


Only when the wifes there too!
#10
I bought my son a dolls buggy when he was a toddler. He loved it and used to push his teddies around in it.

He's 9 now and is the roughest, toughest kid you could imagine (still likes a secret cuddle off his mum though!)
banned#11
kapows
its not your kid so whats it to you?


very true. thread over.
#12
when my 2nd son was born my 1st son then 3 wanted a buggy to push just like his dad and yes we got him one and they even had the toy kitchen and stuff we dont see anything wrong with it as to us it is natural for men to cook clean and do all the usual stuff :)
#13
wulshaz
when my 2nd son was born my 1st son then 3 wanted a buggy to push just like his dad and yes we got him one and they even had the toy kitchen and stuff we dont see anything wrong with it as to us it is natural for men to cook clean and do all the usual stuff:)


Where do you come up with rubbish like that....start spreading rumours like this and there will be anarchy
#14
greg_68
Where do you come up with rubbish like that....start spreading rumours like this and there will be anarchy


hehe - we should still have children working from the age of 5 hey - Up the chimney boy!
banned#15
There's no link to suggest playing with dolls will make a child gay - but there is a link to show that stupidity is hereditary.
#16
I bought my son a toy kitchen, i said he do lots of cooking but insisted that he never did the washing up.
i do most of the cooking at home, so i think hes just copying me really.
#17
Think Dad has issues he may be imprinting onto the son...

Boys and girls play without gender bias until about 5 yrs of age unless it's pointed out to them before by a less than helpful adult.
#18
landofdan
I bought my son a toy kitchen, i said he do lots of cooking but insisted that he never did the washing up.
i do most of the cooking at home, so i think hes just copying me really.


lol!!
#19
greg_68
Where do you come up with rubbish like that....start spreading rumours like this and there will be anarchy

so you never watched your dad cook clean up or do normal day to day things including going to work as that is the way we were brought up and thats what my sons see me or there dad doing domestic stuff including ironing and as i say the usual stuff kids always want to copy their parents :roll:
#20
I play with a female blow-up doll..
#21
Sounds like the dad's a closet shirt lifter. :w00t:
#22
wulshaz
so you never watched your dad cook clean up or do normal day to day things including going to work as that is the way we were brought up and thats what my sons see me or there dad doing domestic stuff including ironing and as i say the usual stuff kids always want to copy their parents :roll:


of course sweetie, thats the nice way...

greg is just joking you know :thumbsup:;-)
#23
Trickyjabs
Sounds like the dad's a closet shirt lifter. :w00t:


lol!

trust you hon! ;-)
#24
FilthAndFurry;5819523
There's no link to suggest playing with dolls will make a child gay - but there is a link to show that stupidity is hereditary.



God help us if you ever manage to conceive then:whistling:
banned#25
harlzter
God help us if you ever manage to conceive then:whistling:


Just waiting until I don't spend so much time working. You know what it's like, don't you?
#26
FilthAndFurry;5819795
Just waiting until I don't spend [COLOR=Blue]so much time working[/COLOR]. You know what it's like, don't you?

Working you mean?
Yeah I remember something about it before i retired 5 years ago at 28, its a mugs game:whistling:
#27
raptorcigs

WOULD LOVE TO HERE HIM CALL RAMSY A POOF


I'd jump at the chance - big pseudo Scots bufty.
#28
FilthAndFurry
There's no link to suggest playing with dolls will make a child gay - but there is a link to show that stupidity is hereditary.


Going by that, I'd imagine your parents are still trying to tie their own shoelaces?
#29
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/417541/do-i-look-gay-in-this-pic/

the dad is probably this guy.

issues.

probably.
banned#30
how stupid, my son was terrible for girlie things when he was little, older sister with all her pink stuff, he loved anything pink and girlie, hes 7 now and doesnt do pink girlie things now
banned#31
moob
Going by that, I'd imagine your parents are still trying to tie their own shoelaces?


They weren't stupid - velcro, dear.
#32
Yeah i thought he was crazy !
banned#33
harlzter
Working you mean?
Yeah I remember something about it before i retired 5 years ago at 28, its a mugs game:whistling:


That's impressive. I don't think I could get all the things I wanted to do in my professional life done in that short a time. Well done.
banned#34
I think thats very wrong!

Like others have said the dad is making it an issue when it isnt. All the boys at my daughters nursery love playing in the house with the dolls and the cooker. They even joined in a game of hairdressers that was going on :lol:

When my eldest was younger she loved Bob the Builder and was always wearing her 'Bob' outfit and making things, doesnt make her any less of a girl :)

Classing toys as boys/girls etc is stupid. You actually get blue, boys prams now anyway. Your friend should get her OH told xx
#35
Yes its mad, he is also not allowed to wear blue tops as his dad is a celtic fan, apparently they are bitter rivals or something ?
#36
If he tries to keep his son away from those sorts of things the kid will only want to play with them more.
My parents wouldn't let me play with toy guns when I was growing up so I just ended up using sticks to pretend shooting at kids and I had a bit of an obsession with air guns and crossbows as a teenager.

Just let him play with whatever he likes. If a big issue is made out of it he'll just rebel sooner or later.

As he grows older there will probably be peer pressure from other boys which will stop him playing with dolls, prams and suchlike. The parents don't need to get involved at all.
banned#37
deanos
Yes its mad, he is also not allowed to wear blue tops as his dad is a celtic fan, apparently they are bitter rivals or something ?


OMG!!

That honestly says it all, how stupid is that! :w00t:

I dont mind football but thats totally pathetic, yeh [COLOR="Green"]cetlic[/COLOR] v [COLOR="Blue"]rangers[/COLOR] lol, are they from Scotland? x
#38
deanos
Yes its mad, he is also not allowed to wear blue tops as his dad is a celtic fan, apparently they are bitter rivals or something ?


That's a bit different - that's just normal football fan lunacy.
banned#39
Spod
If he tries to keep his son away from those sorts of things the kid will only want to play with them more.
My parents wouldn't let me play with toy guns when I was growing up so I just ended up using sticks to pretend shooting at kids and I had a bit of an obsession with air guns and crossbows as a teenager.

Just let him play with whatever he likes. If a big issue is made out of it he'll just rebel sooner or later.

As he grows older there will probably be peer pressure from other boys which will stop him playing with dolls, prams and suchlike. The parents don't need to get involved at all.


I never allowed toy guns and knives in my home, dont neither of mine have obsessions with them, yet :w00t:
#40
deanos
Yes its mad, he is also not allowed to wear blue tops as his dad is a celtic fan, apparently they are bitter rivals or something ?

omg why is she even with him? he sounds a nightmare! our family are mixed some gers fans some celtic and my youngest son can be seen with a celtic top on one day and a rangers one the next! sounds daft but theres no room for bigotry in our lives :thumbsup:

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