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  1. Latoya Aaliyah Small says

    I have nothing against it I think it’s cute but my son doesn’t like long hair he is 8 and mixed with curly hair he grew it out once because he wanted a mowhawk haircut but I personally glad he don’t like long hair I wouldn’t want my son to have an extreme amount. A small fro is fine but not so long he looks like a girl. Again nothing against others.

  2. Tina says

    Awe too cute!!!! I especially love the one with the father and son. Now that’s is too cool. “I wanna be like daddy”

  3. Tina says

    Awe too cute!!!! I especially love the one with the father and son. Now that’s is too cool. “I wanna be like daddy”

  4. Bjana Henshaw says

    No. My son has curly hair and I do not let it grow long. I’m not a fan of braids for little boys nor do I want a son with a pony tail. Save the long locs for girls.

  5. Carla Tyner says

    Absolutely not. Too many children are already confused enough these days. So many men are trying to be more beautiful than women. It starts as children. It’s not cute for a boy to look like a girl, having longer hair than girls.

    • ladee neenah says

      I disagree. The same hair grows from their heads that grows from ours. Why is it ok for us to want our hair to be long and healthy but not for a boy or a man to have the same thing. I don’t believe the confusion you were referring to has anything to do with the lenght of one’s hair.

    • ladee neenah says

      I disagree. The same hair grows from their heads that grows from ours. Why is it ok for us to want our hair to be long and healthy but not for a boy or a man to have the same thing. I don’t believe the confusion you were referring to has anything to do with the lenght of one’s hair.

  6. Akilah Hasan says

    I have a little girl with a head full of hair also! I’m not gonna lie it’s a lot to do my hair plus both of my children’s hair but trust me you’ll get use to it!!! Now grow that baby’s hair!!!!

  7. Victoria Mackie says

    Did it. Had to cut it once the process to care for their hair became miserable for everyone involved. But man were their locs gorgeous. They still are, really, just shorter and easier maintain.

  8. ladee neenah says

    Yes, my son’s hair is growing out from his mohawk cut, he’s 15 and we alternate between close cut and long and curly. My man’s hair is halfway down his back and I love it. Neither of them look feminine and I have no problem making sure it maintained.

  9. ladee neenah says

    Yes, my son’s hair is growing out from his mohawk cut, he’s 15 and we alternate between close cut and long and curly. My man’s hair is halfway down his back and I love it. Neither of them look feminine and I have no problem making sure it maintained.

  10. Taryl Halcomb says

    No. My husband and I agreed that my son’s hair would be cut once he reach 1 year. Set a standard in your household it stick to it. Plus I was tired of people thinking he was a girl.

  11. Aliyah says

    Yes I would let my son if I had a baby boy in the future grow his hair out. My man is growing his hair out. Length does not determine your sexuality or gender . I know bald girls and low hair cut girls who look feminine and beautiful .

  12. Aliyah says

    Yes I would let my son if I had a baby boy in the future grow his hair out. My man is growing his hair out. Length does not determine your sexuality or gender . I know bald girls and low hair cut girls who look feminine and beautiful .

  13. LaToja Smith says

    My middle son had hair that was almost to his elbows. I loved his hair. Unfortunately, 2nd graders are harsh and they bullied him for having “Hair Like a Girl.” He loved his hair too. He cried and begged me to cut it, so we headed to the barber shop. He cried when it was time to get in the chair. I don’t think he really wanted to cut it, but he didn’t want to be bullied anymore either.

  14. Chiniqua Gayle Tilley Francis says

    All my boys had long hair my 9 year old he’s the only one that decided to keep his! I would like to post a pic but I don’t need any negative comments! He said he wanted to keep it because it’s what makes him different! I can’t argue with that! It’s almost passed his rear when it’s fully straight!

  15. Yvonne Stubbs says

    Depends on how much of a pain it is to maintain it. If my (hopefully in the future) son is feral or always active, I may keep it cut until he can take care of it himself.

  16. Charmaine Greene says

    Both my sons had shoulder length here until first grade. The teasing started, they cut it off .i didn’t want to cut it. I told them not to let people make you do things you don’t want too. The hair grew back. My oldest didn’t cut it again until he was graduating from college(his choice) my youngest has even more hair now at 15

  17. Marketta L Simpson says

    Its a choice..what is hard for me to see is little boys trying to play football and the helmet cant fit over the locs comfortably because the parents have allowed the locs to grow freely rather than get them professionally done at a shop. Little league helmets arent fitted like NFL players which are custom fitted. It hurts my heart to see them struggling with the helmet plus its very unsafe

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