Megan Fox got mummy shamed after sharing this snap of her son
Do people seriously have nothing better to do?!
Megan Fox took to Instagram recently to share some rare snaps of her children, but the photos were met with mixed responses from fans because one photo showed her son Noah Green, four, wearing a dress.
In the photos, Noah was wearing a Frozen dress featuring Elsa on the front and fans obviously took offence to the snap with many commenting that Fox had "no values".
One fan wrote:
“No values. No morals. Promoting gay perversion. Destruction of traditional gender roles lead to a totalitarian society granting government officials more power.”
"It is not okay for a boy to walk around in their mother’s heels. Just like it’s NOT okay for a child to be disrespectful. So, again that’s when it’s the parent’s job to instruct the child in the RIGHT way."
Someone else said:
"Megan you are a sick woman, is really awful how you are teaching you son to be a homosexual, he is a baby and you are a pervert."
Many people were impressed, however, with the mother-of-three's attitude and forward thinking.
One fan commented:
"Lots of boys wear dresses from time to time especially if they have sisters. If you flip on them and say it’s wrong it says more about your insecurities. It’s only a dress, it’s not like he’s in a KKK hood. People are so weird getting upset about this."
Another slammed the trolls and said:
"Wow, so many judgy people with opinions about someone else's child. You must all be perfect with perfect families. If he wants to wear a dress why is it anyone else's business? [Megan] is letting HER child express himself and be who he is. Blows my mind so many people think they can judge, criticize, or put someone down just because they don't do or live how they think they should."
Last year Fox told Jimmy Kimmel that she would let her boys wear whatever they want and she wouldn't get in the way of their self-expression:
"The boys can wear dresses. Noah wears dresses so there are no rules — you can be whatever you want to be in my house."
"I grew up in a Pentecostal household, it’s Southern Christian... The women in the church are only allowed to wear pants, you can’t wear dresses, you can’t wear make-up or jewelry, so it’s a really sort of oppressive environment to grow up in. But I sort of lean left of that now."
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