This isn't the 1st time that I have thought of this and will not be the last.
In your own opinion/s is fair and especially with children?
In my own opinions I think thats it fair. But until I certain point because there should be boundary/ies to this. In which at this point in time I have no clue/s in what it/they should be.
Think thats it for now.
Thank you, again, in advance.
Jessica A Bruno
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Beyond gender neutral life/parenting style/s<img src=https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif class=post_img />This isn't the 1st time that I have thought of this and will not be the last.<br /><br /> In your own opinion/s is fair and especially with children?<br /><br />In my own opinions I think thats it fair. But until I certain point because there should be boundary/ies to this. In which at this point in time I have no clue/s in what it/they should be.<br /> <br />Think thats it for now.<br /><br /> Thank you, again, in advance.<br /><br />Yours truly,<br /><br />Jessica A Bruno
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