Posted by: 1of10boyz | March 20, 2014

I guess I’m old fashioned, but I wouldn’t let my son wear a My Little Pony backpack to school


I willing to jump on this speeding train to its fiery destruction; boys should be boys and that means parents should say no to things that do not fit with their gender. Morale of the story, be a parent not a friend.

The Matt Walsh Blog

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I’m going to walk down a path here, and I don’t know if anyone will follow.

I also go into this knowing that my points can often be misconstrued and twisted when the nuances in my positions are deliberately ignored.

Be that as it may, many of you have emailed to ask that I chime in on this, so here we go.

You may have heard about nine-year-old Grayson Bruce and his now-famous My Little Pony backpack. Here he is, alongside his mother and the notorious piece of apparel:

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As the story goes — at least according to one side of it — young Grayson brought his My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic gear to school, which prompted other boys to bully him. Grayson says that he was “called horrible names,” “punched,” and “pushed.” The school allegedly responded by, in part, telling Grayson to leave his My Little Pony accessories…

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