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Feminine names for a son

Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 6:36 pm
by Sabrine Crystal
I told my psychologist some time ago that if I ever have a child I'd prefer a boy and I would choose one of these beautiful names:

-Sakura(A japanese flower name that also mean flower growth);
-Crystal(sounds masculine to me - Here in Brazil Crystal is a masculine substantive);
-Sabrine/Sabrina(The most beautiful name I ever heard);
-Yasmine(Very beautiful as well - it's a flower name too);
-Karen/Karine(sound gender neutral to me);
-Aida/Ada(seens unisex to me)
-Elize/Eliza;
-Samira;

What do you think?What could be the consequences of putting a name that seens obviously feminine to most people in a boy?Would it be an issue here in Brazil?What about in the United Kingdom, which I think it's a less sexist country than Brazil?

I also read in several articles and forums that nowadays many parents are giving traditionally masculine names to their girls, so why couldn't boys have traditionally female names as well?

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:43 am
by Joyofsox
What's wrong with Sue?

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 9:40 am
by KBEES
I have just had a girl and my OH wanted Ellen Rose, which I didn't go for. Had we had a boy, I would not go for a famine name. At school their were two boys, one was Kim and the other was Leslie, both had the mickey taken.

James is a nice name for a boy, it isn't a manly name however, it can easily be changed to Jimmy. Jimmy is more laddish than James.

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 3:52 pm
by Jean-Louise
Sabrine Crystal wrote:I told my psychologist some time ago that if I ever have a child I'd prefer a boy and I would choose one of these beautiful names:

-Sakura(A japanese flower name that also mean flower growth);
-Crystal(sounds masculine to me - Here in Brazil Crystal is a masculine substantive);
-Sabrine/Sabrina(The most beautiful name I ever heard);
-Yasmine(Very beautiful as well - it's a flower name too);
-Karen/Karine(sound gender neutral to me);
-Aida/Ada(seens unisex to me)
-Elize/Eliza;
-Samira;

What do you think?What could be the consequences of putting a name that seens obviously feminine to most people in a boy?Would it be an issue here in Brazil?What about in the United Kingdom, which I think it's a less sexist country than Brazil?

I also read in several articles and forums that nowadays many parents are giving traditionally masculine names to their girls, so why couldn't boys have traditionally female names as well?


Jean?

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:07 am
by mostirreverent
social suicide, especially in latinamerican counties.

think 20 years from now, and a woman (or man) being with him and being aroused and loving his strong body, and calling him by his strong male name.

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:48 pm
by Sabrine Crystal
mostirreverent wrote:social suicide, especially in latinamerican counties.

think 20 years from now, and a woman (or man) being with him and being aroused and loving his strong body, and calling him by his strong male name.


Why it would be a social suicide for him to have such beautiful and rare names, no matter what name is?

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:17 am
by mostirreverent
Sabrine Crystal wrote:
mostirreverent wrote:social suicide, especially in latinamerican counties.

think 20 years from now, and a woman (or man) being with him and being aroused and loving his strong body, and calling him by his strong male name.


Why it would be a social suicide for him to have such beautiful and rare names, no matter what name is?

kids are cruel, and unmerciful. he would be teased constantly.

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:23 am
by queenj123
He might be the target of bullying at school, I actually had a classmate before he is a good looking guy and his name is too feminine. It's Zia Nicole, my teacher actually thought he was kidding when he introduced his name.

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Wed Oct 18, 2017 1:39 pm
by Jean-Louise
Cynthia. That would be a nice feminine name for a son.

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 3:16 pm
by Sabrine Crystal
What do you think of the name Isis or Eliza or Lusamine for a boy?

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 6:04 am
by DavyJ
Sabrine Crystal wrote:I told my psychologist some time ago that if I ever have a child I'd prefer a boy and I would choose one of these beautiful names:

What do you think?What could be the consequences of putting a name that seens obviously feminine to most people in a boy?Would it be an issue here in Brazil?What about in the United Kingdom, which I think it's a less sexist country than Brazil?

As others have noted, he would definitely be bullied at school. Very unfortunate, but true. And maybe even more so in Brazil.

Sabrine Crystal wrote:I also read in several articles and forums that nowadays many parents are giving traditionally masculine names to their girls, so why couldn't boys have traditionally female names as well?

Very true, but we all know this is not the same thing. Society discriminates against men big time here, and other ways too. Ask yourself what many people's reaction would be to a women wearing pants vs a man wearing a dress? Or a woman vs a man wearing a thong swimsuit? Obviously reactions SHOULD be the same for all of these, but they are not. Doesn't make it right, so I would never criticize you for choosing a feminine name. But do be aware that your boy will carry a burden as a result.

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Sat Nov 11, 2017 4:14 pm
by happygirl
I have boys and I definitely wouldn't of named them any of those names...I really think you should seriously consider changing most of them :shock:

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:50 pm
by Mr.Married
Don't worry mom...the kid will pay the price not you.
Good grief.
Just name him vagina ....

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:40 pm
by KBEES
Sabrine Crystal wrote:I told my psychologist some time ago that if I ever have a child I'd prefer a boy and I would choose one of these beautiful names:

-Sakura(A japanese flower name that also mean flower growth);
-Crystal(sounds masculine to me - Here in Brazil Crystal is a masculine substantive);
-Sabrine/Sabrina(The most beautiful name I ever heard);
-Yasmine(Very beautiful as well - it's a flower name too);
-Karen/Karine(sound gender neutral to me);
-Aida/Ada(seens unisex to me)
-Elize/Eliza;
-Samira;

What do you think?What could be the consequences of putting a name that seens obviously feminine to most people in a boy?Would it be an issue here in Brazil?What about in the United Kingdom, which I think it's a less sexist country than Brazil?

I also read in several articles and forums that nowadays many parents are giving traditionally masculine names to their girls, so why couldn't boys have traditionally female names as well?


Karen is a great name for a girl, not a boy, I really like the name Karen.

Re: Feminine names for a son

Posted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:26 pm
by daddydom
i love what you say here, i am a great believer in feminization,
The art of feminization is a slow, gentle and seductive road leading us to the inner girl found inside all of us and the bliss that may be found there.

Where the male, both young or old and from any background is dressed in female attire, ranging from just wearing female undergarments to start with, showing them how nice it can be to feel soft pretty and girl like, to being fully dressed in very feminine attire, including make-up, hairdress and nail polish.

Preparation is very important and the subject should be involved and included in the process.The picking and handling of his new undergarments and the laying out of them, a bath and his washing, the applying of oils and perfumes, all need to be planned and prepared before he is to be dressed properly for the first time.

Most boys take on tasks, behaviours and roles that are overtly feminine, and adopt female mannerisms and postures in tasks such as sitting, walking, and acting in a feminine manner.
Costumes are sometimes domestic, but always silky, very feminine and a little seductive. The clothes may be from those of a traditional submissive female role, such as schoolgirl, a "sissy" maid, or a princess.

Feminization will also involve the conversion of a masculine name into a feminine name such as "Stephen" into "Stephanie", "Joseph" into "Josephine", or "Daniel" into "Danielle", as part of a constructed feminine persona.

The now gentle, dainty and submissive male may also be given feminine name that is different from his boy name, and referred to as "a good girl", "prety little thing" and so on.
I have found in my time all have succumbed to its erotic wonder and most powerful state of bliss, for who can deny that the female is the loveliest thing of all things.

so bless you for giveing such a wonderful gift xx

Agony Aunts