Got that princess stuff down

Can queenhood be far away?

I am not one to complain about someone doing this. I have to admit, though, it’s a little offputting to see that he’s so darn good at it. And it wouldn’t be the first time that the prettiest girl on the block was a boy.

Defenders of Straightness can take heart in the lad’s apparent ability to keep himself and the character he plays separated. Not everyone can do that.

Don’t know about that name, though.





6 comments »

  1. McG »

    3 September 2017 · 4:53 pm

    If every female stage role in Elizabethan times was played by a boy, I can’t see how this is anything new or straightness-challenging.

  2. CGHill »

    3 September 2017 · 5:35 pm

    There is no new thing under the sun. However, sources of outrage seem to shift as time wears on.

  3. McG »

    3 September 2017 · 5:55 pm

    All fads are ephemeral.

  4. ETat »

    4 September 2017 · 6:12 am

    He is not “prettiest girl on the block”; well, maybe in a sense that his makeup artist is very good at her job. At 8yo every kid’s skin is perfect, that’s the only prerequisite for perfect makeup.

    Idiot mother will ruin the child’s life -just like “flower children” from hippy communities ruined the lives of theirs. He is too eager to please her, parrots all the programmatic lefty nonsense she loaded him with, and is too precious for his own good. Silly deluded boy, irresponsible mother.

  5. ETat »

    4 September 2017 · 6:17 am

    Oops, forgot: about that name.
    I guess his mommy forgot to explain him the meaning of l”lactation”. As well as other bodily functions that separate boys from “characters they play on tv’

  6. Roger O Green »

    5 September 2017 · 11:33 am

    His sister picked the name. It’s memorable, I’ll say that.

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