“And I would never be the kind of parent to force somebody to be something they are not. I think that is just bad parenting,” she adds.
Shiloh, 4, has been spotted numerous times wearing tomboy clothes – such as fedoras, vests and ties. This has sparked quite a heated debate about girls wearing “boys’ clothing.”
Angie thinks the debate is ridiculous and that “children should be allowed to express themselves in whatever way they wish without anybody judging them because it is an important part of their growth.”
“Society always has something to learn when it comes to the way we judge each other, label each other. We have far to go.” Those are some wise words, Angie.