When The Boys’ Room Isn’t Safe For A Boy

This article shows in one way how bulling has become a huge problem for people

Raising My Rainbow

My son is six and a half years old.  He’s been potty trained with nary an accident since exactly his third birthday.

Last week, in his first grade classroom, he peed his pants.  He sat in his urine until the dismissal bell rang.  His pants were soaked and cold when he got out of school.  He was uncomfortable and he smelled.  He didn’t want anybody to know.  It was his secret.

He started crying in the car.

“I’m so ashamed of myself,” he said over and over again.  Tears rolled down his face, even though he willed them not to.  He couldn’t hold them back.

Come to find out, my son — with his long auburn hair, pink and purple fitted clothes, feminine backpack and wrist full of rainbow-colored loom bracelets – is terrified to use the boys’ bathroom at school.

photo 1On his first visit to the boys’ bathroom, he…

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First post guys,

I’m not sure what to say so I guess I’ll just state why I’m on here. I’m here to give people a voice; and also express my own. A voice is something that shouldn’t be stifled, and neither should a thought.  To voice our opinions is a human born right and it shouldn’t be taken away from us; everyone listens to someone, so why can’t it be you? I’m also here to give advice for those who need it, and I will basically be giving all you a inside to my life, so step on the mat and lets begin!