Jared Qwustenuxun Williams become a best friend to his son. When we become parents, it is our responsibility to love and prepare our children for adulthood. We can best help them if we teach them to love and respect themselves. And this is exactly what Finn’s father, Jared Qwustenuxun Williams, does for him: he encourages his son to embrace his individuality, including his love of costumes.
Jared and his wife have two sons together. He is his sons’ best friend and takes them to places that excite them so much that they forget their manners or act badly, so he needs to remind them of social norms. At the same time, he allows children to act in ways that are contrary to social norms in order to learn.
Jared admitted that he was bullied as a child. He’s still uneasy about it. So his first emotion was pure joy when he saw his youngest son dressed up. The young man appeared to be quite cheerful and attractive. However, his line of thought quickly shifted to, “What about everyone else?” He began telling his wife that he was worried about their child and that he didn’t want the same thing to happen to him. They discussed it for months before deciding to support their child and allow him to be himself. Together, the father and son learnt to deal with unfavorable feedback.
Jared talks to his sons about family pride a lot, and he never tires of telling Finn how powerful he is. They also have pals who would never criticize Finn for wearing a dress. Jared’s male buddies mostly wear kilts, and they have a lot of trans friends. Finn doesn’t believe he’s different, despite what the kids at school may have attempted to convince him. Finn is merely a boy who enjoys wearing dresses to Finn.
Parents, according to Jared, should buckle up since children in general are a wild ride. Strong boys who desire to wear dresses, on the other hand, might give you the coolest curveball. He tells parents to remember that it’s not about them, and it’s never been about them, and to show and support them in becoming whoever they want to be. “You’re raising a person, not dealing with an annoyance.”