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Boys And Girls!, Boys = Toy Cars, Girls = Dolls
Can boys and girls be interested in themes/games that only seem to fit to the opposite sex?
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post Feb 7 2005, 06:30 AM
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Well this is turning out well, I chose yes.,...


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post Feb 7 2005, 07:23 AM
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I chose yes, to smile.gif


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post Feb 7 2005, 07:39 AM
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I've always been tomboyish so I say no.
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post Feb 7 2005, 07:43 AM
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Did anyone even read the poll question?
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post Feb 7 2005, 02:38 PM
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I don't get why the heck not. I remember there was a news story on boys who played with 'girly' toys a few years back. There was even a woman who was worried when her son would rather play chef than with his toy trucks.

For pete's sake! Let a four year old pretend to make a friggin omlette without losing sleep over whether it's indicative of his undeveloped sexuality!!! The same mom wasn't worried about her daughter being a lesbian when she started playing with her brother's discarded car toys.

This shouldn't be such a big deal. Let kids play games without turning it into a huge obsessive Freudian medical study and a morality fest.

When I was little, I was both a tomboy and a girly-girl simultaneously. (I'm sort of similar now) I may be biased in that regaurd. I played with a lot of boys, mostly because my mom's friends had more sons, and they'd come to play a lot, so we played a lot of games together; usually huge roleplaying adventures, sometimes with animal toys, boyish things like cars, and girlish things like cooking, dolls and playing house. I don't see the issue, as long as they're getting along, and are generally happy.


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post Feb 7 2005, 02:53 PM
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I vote Yes! I am interested in a few "girly" things. Man, people were getting on my back here when I told them I watch Sex and the City. I know girls who play Halo and junk sometimes (and no, they are hot!) Cooking is usually considered more of a girl thing but I would put Chef as one of my dream jobs. I say, "Awww" when I see a cute kitty... but it's so cute tongue.gif How can you resist. Yohsi from Mario is also very cute.

But I am not limited to one sexual orientation. I can do a lot of "guy" things too. I just played football in the mud and snow yesterday. I also love Metal Gear Solid and I'm also starting to collect comic books, thanks to Hito dry.gif I am an action game/movie addict. I love the Matrix and Kill Bill.

In conclusion, well rounded people are not limited to one side of the coin. People aren't simple gay/ straight, boy/girl, good/evil. People are more fluid and likely to change. Most people just slap these concrete titles on when they feel fear that they might also be fluid or fear out of unfamiliar. Thank god most of us here are the more "fluid type".


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post Feb 7 2005, 02:59 PM
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It's too bad you're a guy, Slash. Girls have it a lot easier when they're not as feminine as they're supposed to be. biggrin.gif

Ugh, Kill Bill. One sick movie.
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there is no such thing as a 'boy' toy or a 'girl' toy...it's just a stereotype, which should be stopped one of these years

As for the pole question, of course i chose yes smile.gif
I use to play with barbies and like to dress up and stuff, but i grew out of that. I'd much rather play sports and video games than paint my nails and do my hair any day! smile.gif Yay for sports!


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post Feb 7 2005, 03:04 PM
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@Gastric Bi-Pass Surgery: Hey, you saying I'm feminine? I am, but only to a certain degree. Just because I worship a gay guy doesn't mean anything. tongue.gif (Freddie Mercury of course... and Lenny Kravitz lol)


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post Feb 7 2005, 03:36 PM
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Lenny Kravitz is gay? o.O Shows how much I follow anything celebrity related.

But, yeah. The whole gay/gender concern thing is out of hand these days. I don't see why parents these days are losing sleep over questioning the sexuality of Spongebob Squarepants. dry.gif


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post Feb 7 2005, 03:40 PM
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@Jackie Chan: No, Lenny is not gay. I was just kidding and I kinda stole that from the Simpsons tongue.gif

The Sponge Bob thing is just rediculous. I wouldn't even bother listening/watching that garbage. We should be more concerned with the backgrounds and sexual prferences of Catholic Preists... I don't trust my pastor dry.gif


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post Feb 8 2005, 02:11 AM
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God forbid I find any of my future sons playing with Barbies... dry.gif


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i would try to lead the kinds of games which my *hope* future son would play to a more "guyish" kind.... but other small cutie things wouldn't be forbidden...
the most important thing would be to me that my *children* will love life as a whole and love the interesting things of life...

But of course, you'll never reach(what everyone wants to) to let your child become like you yourself(in your feelings, you actions, your thinking, etc), but you can try lead and influence it... it's poo´ssible^^^^

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QUOTE(hidden_death @ Feb 7 2005, 04:54 AM)
my brother likes dolls XD
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That's so cute! biggrin.gif


QUOTE(Slashrose1010 @ Feb 7 2005, 02:53 PM)
I vote Yes! I am interested in a few "girly" things. Man, people were getting on my back here when I told them I watch Sex and the City. I know girls who play Halo and junk sometimes (and no, they are hot!) Cooking is usually considered more of a girl thing but I would put Chef as one of my dream jobs. I say, "Awww" when I see a cute kitty... but it's so cute tongue.gif How can you resist. Yohsi from Mario is also very cute.


In conclusion, well rounded people are not limited to one side of the coin. People aren't simple gay/ straight, boy/girl, good/evil. People are more fluid and likely to change. Most people just slap these concrete titles on when they feel fear that they might also be fluid or fear out of unfamiliar. Thank god most of us here are the more "fluid type".
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Very well said! biggrin.gif "fluid type" sounds good. wink.gif I like to think of that too.. .
Anyway.. I'm also interested in many things.. I guess more in "girly" stuff than before.. but I really couldn't care less about shopping and clothes and that kind.. Unlike my brother for example, who is more interested in girly stuff than me. I like that kind of. It's cute that he still "likes" Sweet Valley High wink.gif. Also he cooks more than me.. I loath cooking. *sighs* It's not that good for my future...
When we were younger (little kids) we both were into "guy stuff" and I didn't even have any dolls or barbies.. oh yes.. I did I think.. but I didn't really play with them...
I actually even wanted to be a guy (Famous Five influence) and was nearly always mistaken for one. Now... I really hope that doesn't happen. tongue.gif


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God forbid I find any of my future sons playing with Barbies... dry.gif
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Hmm... I'd probably be dumping barbies on them... tongue.gif
Nah.. I just kidding.. They can play with whatever the want to play with.. if they don't want the barbie, then they don't want it...
*sighs* If I ever have those future sons...


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post Feb 8 2005, 05:55 AM
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I really don't care... But when I was little I played with plastic swords, raced snails, and literally played in the mud. I've never liked makeup or anything else like that, and have always hated pink. Pink has always represented barbies and bimbos for me. And I'd rather fall out of a tree (after having climbed it first wink.gif ) than hang around doing nothing, sharing gossip about who's going out with who.


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