I have a 3 year old nephew (Boy) that loves to put on costumes and currently is infatuated with the Fairie costume (with the wings) that a girl friend of his has. He wants one of those costumes real bad. His parents will not buy him one and it got me thinking about how I am a bit sad that there are so many female characters and costumes for little girls to connect with, but not much for the boys. I was thinking about it, Girls at Disneyland can aspire to be, TinkerBell or the various faeries, Cinderella, Snow White, Princess Aurora, Belle, Ariel, Pocahontas, and Alice.
While the boys can be Peter, Prince Phillip, Alladin, woody, buzz and a Pirate.
On any given day there are not usually many male characters out and about. So I am just wondering what is a little boy to do?
Is there any possibility DisneyLand could add more interesting male characters to the daily line up and offer some costumes that can be purchased for little boys, that are not that interested in being Buzz, Woody a Pirate or a Star Wars character?
Isn't there such a thing as Male faeries?
I would love to see a little more gender equality at the park
Anyone with me here? What's a little boy to do?