Primary schoolchildren should be free to dress up says man in a dress

The Archbishop of Canterbury has claimed that primary schoolchildren should be free to dress up in tiara's or superhero costumes without comment from teachers,

Which I guess is OK given they are young kids and young kids like dressing up.

The Church says that kids should be free to explore "who they might be", although it's unlikely that many will turn out to be Princesses and I can pretty much rule out the fact that no kid is going to grow up to be Spiderman.

Although it's a bit weird that he's managed to make it a religious thing by claiming it spreads a "Christian Message".

Does it though?  It just smacks of an old guy who wears dresses for a living trying to get kids to dress up.


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