Can Shiloh’s star parents be blamed for her gender identity issues? The oldest Jolie-Pitt biological child gained more popularity than her siblings, not for some special talent, but for her unconventional masculine image. Since early childhood, Angelina dressed her daughter in gender-neutral clothes, but as she grew older, Shiloh showed obvious non-girlish style preferences. Short haircuts, suit and ties, pants, and loose shirts, as well as dark colors, make up the girl’s wardrobe.
The costume or the uniform is considered to be an important part of the psychology behind transgenderism. Could having two older brothers be a reason for Shiloh’s fashion choice, or is it the result of lacking attention as a middle child? In a 2008 interview on Oprah Brad Pitt joked about his daughter’s gender identification.
“Right now Shi is in this thing…first of all she only wants to be called John”. Tabloids accuse Angelina of planning for Shiloh to become her little boy before the kid was even born. Another “parenting sin” attributed to Jolie is that she let her daughter feel like “one of the brothers “by not bringing up her femininity. Shiloh’s mom is also blamed for not treating all of her children equally.
As she said in an interview,” Shiloh seemed so privileged from the moment she was born. But I’m conscious that I have to make sure I don’t ignore (Shiloh’s) needs, just because I think the others are more vulnerable”. Some sources report that recently 12-year-old Shiloh wanted to leave her mother and move in with her dad Brad Pit. The girl always preferred her father’s company, contrary to her siblings. Is Angelina’s indifference to her first biological kid the reason behind such a choice? Shiloh is more often referred to as John and not only by members of her family.
Model Amber Rose posted words of admiration for John Jolie-Pitt in her Instagram under hashtag trans kids. Shiloh’s star parents reportedly considered finding a gender therapist to help their daughter.
The Jolie-Pitt family has not publicly talked about Shiloh or her preferred pronouns. It is all just another secret aspect of her life that they’re keeping hidden from the public as much as possible. Shiloh, like many kids, is exploring gender and is fortunate to have parents who accept those explorations. No one, not even her at this early point in life, knows if Shiloh’s is transgender. What matters is that the child is healthy and happy living with parents who value freedom of expression.