Young boys can love pretty and feminine things. They like to dress up in pretty clothes and be princesses, fairies, and play female roles.
But parents may worry that it could be an early sign of femininity and see that teachers who allow boys to dress-up in girls' clothes are setting them up for ridicule.
This article provides explanations and tips for addressing any concerns.
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