They will decide that "Kings" is sexist and will rename them the "Monarchs". They will have a butterfly as their logo. The colour purple will be their primary colour in their uniforms. Once pro-democracy protesters have their say against "Monarchs", they will be known as the Queens which, with the purple uniforms, will bring in a whole new crowd to the sisterhood of Puckbunnies.
Gender is what we make of it. I've always been a jeans-wearing, pick-up driving, snus-chewing heterosexual woman whose heart's desire is to play goalie in the NHL. I am a female. I have male attributes and female attributes. The key is being comfortable in your own skin without going so overboard that you shove it in people's faces annoy the crap out of them.
I immediately thought of this case having seen an interesting documentary on it. Part of the documentary involved the discovery of a very small part of the brain which seems to tell the person what gender they are. Interesting stuff, but nothing to mess with a kid about.
My cousin had 6 kids. The 4 in the middle are about the same age. 3 are girls; 1 is a boy. When the boy was little, he wanted everything his sisters had- long hair, princess dresses, ribbons, etc. When he was 3, they were at Disney World and he begged for a Tinkerbell costume. They happened to be there during "*** Days" and there was no shortage of male couples offering to buy it for him. His parents declined the offers.
He is extremely tall for his age, and if the height estimates are right, he will end up at around 6'9" and 320 pounds (assuming he is not overweight). At that point, his parents figure he can wear all the Tinkerbell outfits he wants.
Still have some Sammy love going on here. Would like to see the Ugliest Swede Line (even if they're not playing together, I like calling them that) raise the Cup. Definitely feel for them not having won in 40 years. I picked them at the beginning of the playoffs as my team to root for should evil things happen to the Wings. Not the same as picking them to win, so I'm pleased that they've come this far.
Oh okay, so you have trouble reading what I wrote? I never said you should be asking to view it, but try to contribute to the discussion so that everyone involved could be a part of it with full knowledge of the material.
And I am not asking for it because, like I said before, I couldn't care less about the attention Crosby is getting. It surprises me that people continue to be up in arms about stupid Crosby getting media attention. GET. OVER. IT.
Oh, saying "Well for starters you should have asked why the commercial hasn't turned up?" in no way implies that I should ask for it. Yeah.
Then you tell me I'm on an anti-Crosby crusade. I'm not.
Now you say you won't ask and don't care less, but you get bent that I am asking what people think in a thread that someone else started? What is up with you?
If people want to love/hate Crosby or love/hate the people who love/hate Crosby, fine. If the topic is a commercial, and I happen to have seen it, I will comment on it. You need not agree with me. You need not disagree with me. But you definitely need not be disagreeable.