When their son Dyson was only 2 years old, Dean and Cheryl Kilodavis noticed the young boy’s pronounced affinity for clothes conventionally reserved for little girls. Even when they offered him other options, Dyson gravitated towards dress-up clothes and all things pink and sparkly. Rather than chastise their son, the Kilodavis family embraced his choice. Cheryl even wrote a children's book about her son called "My Princess Boy." The family went on King 5 TV’s “New Day” program and told their story.
Unsurprisingly, reactions to the Kilodavis’ story have been wide-ranging. Read more about their story on The Grio.
Parents, what are your reactions to the Kilodavis family’s story? How would you have handled their situation? Share your thoughts in the comment section.