Katie came home from school the other day and pulled this drawing out of her backpack.
"What is it?" I asked.
"This side is Boy No," she explained.
"And over here on the left side is Girl Kinda," she continued. "On the right is Middle Yes."
"So what does that mean?" I took some art history classes in college and I pride myself on a deep understanding of most works of art, but sometimes my six-year-old stumps me.
"Well," she flipped the drawing over to the Boy No side. "See, I don't like to do scribble scrabble things like boys." She flipped it back to the other side. "And I kinda like girly stuff," she said, pointing to the flower. "But I really like both boy and girl stuff like the yo-yo and the heart."
Oh yeah, I totally get it. Gender ambiguity FTW!