Just a silly little idea.
Teletubbies became too popular for it's own good, and while there were many complaints, the one most people remember was the question of Tinky Winky.
Was he meant to be gay? He carried a red purse around with him, and even wore a pink tutu!
The last one seemed especially silly to Danes because our single most iconic children's character is Bamse (Teddy) from "Bamse og Kylling" who is very male and often wear a tutu when he wants to be pretty. He even fought his gender-less friend Kylling (Chicken) for it a few times.
He never really got popular outside of Denmark, so he is still around, tutu and all. [link]
Bamse! Vorses alle sammes yndlings transvestit! ;D
am scared of teletubbies...
lol it true
Rant over, sorry XD
Bamse looks fantastic, by the way!
I remember watching Bamse as a child! To bad it weren't that popular here in Sweden...
Now they can both skip off joyfully into the sunset with their tutus and happiness~!
But seriously, the entire British generation whose childhood was deeply connected to the Teletubbies laugh about it, but never in the end gave a rat's ass that everybody accused the males of being feminine and the females of being...well, unfeminine. Nobody can ruin our beloved Teletubbies ._.
Was Tinky Winky gay or just liked to wear a tutu and look pretty? Either is fine. Both are perfectly normal and healthy.
I hate getting into arguments with people about what is "boy stuff" and what is "girl stuff." It's not boy stuff or girl stuff, it's YOUR stuff and you are fine the way you are, with what makes you happy. You are not hurting anyone. I grew up with a parent who thought they were helping by trying to enforce gender stereotypes. Instead, ended up with two kids who spent a long time being miserable and finally decided it was better to just do what made them happy instead.
You can do it!
I will always be loved in my heart <3
Besides I grew up with Teletubbies when I was little