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Haylee Bazen, from Cambridge, was shocked when a woman told her she should be embarrassed the other day. The reason? Her 3-year-old son was wearing a Disney princess dress. She wrote an open letter response to the jibe.

Haylee said, "She asked me if I was punishing him and if I'd put him in that dress because he'd been bullying girls.

"She told me that we should be embarrassed and that boys shouldn't wear dresses but if anything she's the one who should be embarrassed."

"If I saw someone on the street in an outfit I didn't like or thought didn't suit them I wouldn't stop them and shame them - why ruin someone's day?

"Zackary loves dressing up, some days he'll want to be a pirate or put on zombie make up but he also loves Disney and on this particular day wanted to wear his dress to school to show his friends."

Right on Haylee!

Share if you believe that people should be able to wear whatever makes them happy!

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Books are life. Recently studies have been published that reading for fun, reading for knowledge, just interest in reading in general is down, and that is a tragedy.

We've become too obsessed with our binge watching and ADHD mindset that we've lost focus on one of life's greatest joys... literature.

There are some stories and books that should be a mandatory read for life. There should be age benchmarks that require knowledge of certain books in order to progress. I know, how "1984" of me. ;)

Redditor u/bugtanks33d wanted to hear about what literature we should all be familiar with sooner than later by asking:

What's a book everyone should read at least once in their lives?
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