Key Comment Fight! Things Got Heated Over Shiloh Jolie-Pitt Dressing Like A Boy!

Wed, January 6, 2010 9:30am EDT by 20 Comments

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Key Comment Fight! Things Got Heated Over Shiloh Jolie-Pitt Dressing Like A Boy!

When we asked if Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were dressing their three-and-a-half-year-old daughter Shiloh Jolie-Pitt like a boy, you had a lot to say about it!

Some of you agreed that unlike her sister Zahara, Shiloh never wears pink! Even The New York Post mistook her for a boy! But others of you … well, you think we’re just plain crazy.  That’s ok! We like a good debate here at HollywoodLife.com!  And if you don’t have an opinion of your own yet, check out our gallery … and decide for yourself!

  • Village” agrees, Shiloh thinks she’s a boy!:

    Children of that age pick out their own clothes. Two-year-olds start picking out their own clothes. Her parents aren’t choosing this, she is. I have wondered for a while if she is transgendered, which is now called inter-sex. Wouldn’t that be something. But she has two older brothers, and she adores her father. And she may be a rebel. She could be a tomboy. But if she turns out to be inter-sex, thank goodness she has two parents who can handle it, and help her make the transition. To me, she has always looked like a boy, even when she was a baby. I always thought she was a girl who was meant to be a boy. And if she wants to be called John, she may identify as a boy. Many inter-sex adults have said they knew in EARLY childhood they had been given the wrong body.

  • Serenityfoundhere” just thinks we’re crazy:

    Bonnie: I am very disappointed in you. Slamming Brad and Angie for their choice in parenting is not going to diminish the fact that this is a truly wonderful family. The parents have worked hard to provide the best for their children. They adopt, spreading their ideals of love worldwide.They allow their children to express their individuality at an early age, ie. Shiloh in “boyish” gear. They have proven themselves loving and responsible parents unlike half the people you tout on this site. They can hire the best psychologists/parenting experts if they fear for their children; they do not need advice from you and The New York Post!

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