wildflowrs said:

it's quite gross. a lot of it is things like "boys are told they can't dye their hair!!" or "wear x, x, and x!!" and i firmly believe these gender expectations for boys should be broken down but they completely ignore the fact that these problems are rooted in misogyny. boys are told that these things are feminine and that femininity is bad. it's not misandry, it's misogyny backfiring on the perpetrators.

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