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Carter&Violet♥ She Gone! 2 kids; Virginia 14177 posts
29th Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting ¿ ¼ ¿:</b>" What's your point? You implied that I said she wasn't okay with unisex names. Clearly I know she is, ... [snip!] ... on the thought that it's a double standard to like masculine names on girls. You know...a conversation? So calm down, killer. "</blockquote>




I'm always calm, no need to get flustered on the interwebz. I just thought you were referring to this post..

. Way, MA, United States 73779 posts
29th Jul
Quoting linsα:" Right, people post about using a traditional feminine name for a boy and they get jumped a million ... [snip!] ... a name like Sophia for example to use on a boy and people except it the way people do for a name like Avery on a girl. Never. "

I can't find it now, but I did see a post where someone was posting very feminine first and middle names for their son. Pretty much everyone did say they didn't like it because it was feminine. I personally don't care either way. I just love masculine/handsome sounding names, so I wouldn't like a feminine sounding name on a boy. There's just too many awesome masculine names that I would prefer first lol.

. Way, MA, United States 73779 posts
29th Jul
Quoting Carter&Violet♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting
linsα 2 kids; Bordeaux, AQ, France 28700 posts
status 29th Jul
Quoting Carter&Violet♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting linsα:</b>" Right, people post about using a traditional ... [snip!] ... name like Avery on a girl. Never. "</blockquote> People did it to Briar. When she wanted Avery & Aubrey or something"


And those are unisex names lol. People are ridiculous!

Carter&Violet♥ She Gone! 2 kids; Virginia 14177 posts
29th Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting ¿ ¼ ¿:</b>" All I was saying is I find it interesting when people say they don't like masculine names on girls, and ... [snip!] ... feminine names for a boy. I wasn't implying that she felt that way. :lol: I would have been direct if that's what I meant lol."</blockquote>




Well talking on the Internet you always get the wrong tone. I got shit for liking Taylor and Addison for boys-- I'm like you do realize these are in fact boy names :shock: ffs.

linsα 2 kids; Bordeaux, AQ, France 28700 posts
status 29th Jul
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. Way, MA, United States 73779 posts
29th Jul
Quoting Carter&Violet♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting
linsα 2 kids; Bordeaux, AQ, France 28700 posts
status 29th Jul
Quoting Carter&Violet♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting
. Way, MA, United States 73779 posts
29th Jul
Quoting linsα:" For me I personally wouldn't gender swap but I like some masculine names on girls. I adore Elliott, ... [snip!] ... vice versa. I do think its a huge double standard for others when they want to but society tells them no. And that upsets me."

True, I agree with that.

Carter&Violet♥ She Gone! 2 kids; Virginia 14177 posts
29th Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting ¿ ¼ ¿:</b>" Yeah that's just stupid :lol: I've only ever known a boy Addison, so that name has always seemed like ... [snip!] ... name to me. It is funny when people don't know the origin of the name and just decide it only gets to be a girl's name. "</blockquote>




Only known boy Addison's as well & he was gorgeous! I've known both for Taylor- I prefer it on boys.. People are cray!

Carter&Violet♥ She Gone! 2 kids; Virginia 14177 posts
29th Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting linsα:</b>" Love me some Addison."</blockquote>




Me too :)

Lame!! United Kingdom 123 posts
29th Jul

The only name for a girl out of that list I like is Charlie
But I like Rylee and Addison on girls too but that might be because I know 2 girls with that name oh and Dani obvioulsy

☮Sugar Magnolia 1 child; Indiana 18293 posts
29th Jul

Mackenzie, Ryan, Charlie, and Taylor.

мɑkɑnɑni ~*~, FL, United States 62979 posts
status 29th Jul

Just because a male name has been used on a girl doesn't make it unisex or feminine.

*B*~ Mommy~ 1 child; Jackson, Missouri 7419 posts
status 29th Jul

i love Jonah on a girl. i met one and just fell for it. its my gp