Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie’s Daughter Shiloh Wants To Be A Boy?


Shiloh Jolie-Pitt wants to be a boy?

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt want their daughter, Shiloh, to have the freedom to express herself and have no problem with her choice of clothing or her desire to be called “John”.

Shiloh has always been a tomboy, but even wore a suit when she attended the Unbroken premiere.

The 8-year-old, who is the spitting image of both her mother and father, has always wanted to be a boy.

Angelina Jolie previously said, “She wants to be a boy. So we had to cut her hair. She likes to wear boys’ everything. She thinks she’s one of the brothers”.

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In an interview with Oprah in 2008, Brad Pitt discussed how Shiloh wanted to be called John.

Most people are praising Angelina and Brad for being open-minded and giving her the opportunity to explore.  But of course others think differently.

Jolie and Pitt have six children together; three biological, and three adopted.

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Angelina recently opened up about keeping her personal life in check while managing her career.

Jolie stated, “Maintaining a marriage and raising kids is hard work. You have to really make sure that your work doesn’t get in the way. That you don’t do something that is going to put too much strain on your family”.

Do you think it’s good for Angelina and Brad to allow Shiloh to exploring her identity?

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  1. Oh course they are doing the right thing. This is not a phase that Shiloh is going through.
    The problem will be when she wants gender reassignment. I think that we should rethink the need to define people as either male or female. Most of us readily identify with these two types but many do not. But to say,’I am a boy in a girls’ body and I have to alter my body to conform with a socially constructed view of what a boy is’ may seem in time as simplistic and limiting as to say all women must wear a checkered apron and never leave the kitchen. I think gender ambiguous young people should use their twenties to explore these ambiguities without reassigning their bodies. We may look back in fifty years and think of gender reassignment as we do about most C18th surgical practice – as being utterly barbaric. I don’t think people know who they are as sexual beings until they are thirty. You have to make mistakes and fall on your face and experiment a bit to really know who you are. Young bodies are beautiful and serve their health giving purpose much better without hormones and crap. When you are thirty, if you think that this is truly right for you, then go ahead. So if I had a daughter like Shiloh I would say, of course we’ll call you John, you can wear any clothes you like, when you are older you can fall in love with girls if this feels right, but you cannot go on hormones as a teenager. I would say – you are utterly perfect as you are and you need to discover what this might be and it might be something other than conventional male or female. I would say, I won’t let you put yourself in the boy box. This may make you physically uncomfortable and limit your eventual identity.
    As for god, god has nothing to do with it.

    As for God,

  2. I think that it is wrong and bad parenting for them to allow Shiloh to identify herself as a boy. She is just a child and parents are suppose to guide them and provide a safe haven not let them drive. They are tryin to play God. He created Shiloh as a girl and that’s what He intended for her to be. God doesn’t make mistakes. They are hurting her in the long run by letting her run the show.

  3. Shiloh said she wanted to be called John when she was TWO! And both parents new dull cask her Shiloh, and still refer to her as “she”. Sometimes we read too much into things for or from our own agendas.


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