Just looked through the gender-variant camp photos and it seems to be only on offer for MAAB (male assigned at birth) kids, which is disappointing. Also, the descriptions of the photos use male pronouns, which I’m guessing not all the kids would be cool with. Still: progress I guess.
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- trixxt said: Even though I agree it’s disappointing, it has generally been seen as more acceptable for “women” to dress as “men” (even though this is somewhat fetishized), whereas the opposite garners a lot more heated scorn. Still disappointing though.
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