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What’s So Bad About a Boy Who Wants to Wear a Dress?
In this personal essay, writer Elizabeth Sherman explains what dressing like a boy taught her about masculinity. When I started fourth grade, my father began taking me on shopping trips to Nordstrom. He picked out all my outfits for me: Thick, starched white turtlenecks and stiff yellow button downs, crease front khakis cut for bodies without hips, and shiny black penny loafers. The few friends that I had knew what days I lived with my dad my parents separated when I was a toddler because I would show up to class dressed like I belonged at an all-boys prep school. Around that time, girls were beginning to notice their bodies — we longed for breasts and heard rumors about pubic hair and periods. We hoped, more and more, that boys would pay attention to us.
The night before Susan and Rob allowed their son to go to preschool in a dress, they sent an e-mail to parents of his classmates. For good measure, their e-mail included a link to information on gender-variant children. Some days at home he wears dresses, paints his fingernails and plays with dolls; other days, he roughhouses, rams his toys together or pretends to be Spider-Man. Even his movements ricochet between parodies of gender: on days he puts on a dress, he is graceful, almost dancerlike, and his sentences rise in pitch at the end. Of course, had Alex been a girl who sometimes dressed or played in boyish ways, no e-mail to parents would have been necessary; no one would raise an eyebrow at a girl who likes throwing a football or wearing a Spider-Man T-shirt.
But when Mum leaves home, life is tough. The only reminder Dennis has of Mum is a photo of her in a beautiful yellow dress. And also a bit like the one that Lisa James, the coolest girl in the school, is sketching in her note book. What do you do if you like both football and dresses? And what will Mr Hawtrey the headteacher do when he discovers that his strict uniform code has been broken by a boy in a dress? Final information and running time is not usually available until the first preview. Please speak to the Box Office after this point if you would like further details.
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N ow that the warm weather is here, everyone is happily boxing away sweaters and breaking out their summer clothes. According to educators and even some parents, young women's outfits — their bodies, really — are too distracting for men to be expected to comport themselves with dignity and respect. It's the season of the dress code - so instead of teaching girls math or literature, schools are enforcing arbitrary and sexist rules that teach them to be ashamed of their bodies. Take the example of a young woman in Virginia who was kicked out of her prom this month because fathers attending the event though her dress was giving rise to "impure thoughts". Clare, 17, says her dress was well within guidelines for the event's dress code - it was "fingertip length".