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The process of accepting both of her son’s interests and passions, and exploring of her own need for acceptance as both a child and an adult, lead Cheryl Kilodavos to write My Princess Boy. It is the story of a boy who likes pretty things—the color pink, sparkly dresses, and ballet tutus. The book’s strong anti-bullying message went viral, catching the attention of national and international media.
Originally written to explain her younger son’s uniqueness to teachers and fellow students, My Princess Boy became more than just a message for them—it became a movement of acceptance for every child who has ever felt left out or misunderstood just because they’re different.
If your son wanted to wear dresses, would you let him? If your daughter wanted to wear boy clothing, would you be OK with that?
Cheryl has dubbed 2011 as The Year of Acceptance. Can you accept people for who they are?