Megan Fox’s 4-Year-Old Son Wears Dresses & Non-Gender Binary Outfits — Social Media Reacts

Megan Fox sparked controversy on social media after she posted a photo to Instagram on Monday of her eldest son, Noah, wearing an Elsa dress from Disney’s “Frozen.” Many social media users tore into the actress, both on Instagram and on other platforms.

Others expressed support to Fox for letting her 4-year-old son play dress-up in whatever outfits he chooses, saying that what children wear is not a big deal.

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Fox has three children with actor Brian Austin Green, including son Journey, who turns 1 today, and 3-year-old Bodhi.

This is not the first time Noah has worn a dress — he has previously stepped out with his mother clad in a pink princess gown, which was paired with rubber Native Shoes ($45).

Noah has also worn other non-binary items, such as printed leggings and snow white-colored Birkenstock sandals ($59.95).

Megan Fox, Noah, dress Megan Fox with her children out in Los Angeles in May; her son Noah wears a pink dress with Native shoes, and Bodhi, wearing a multicolor slip dress over a T-shirt. Splash News

Megan Fox, Birkenstock, son Megan Fox’s son Noah wears printed leggings, a graphic T-shirt and white Birkenstock sandals while out grocery shopping with his mother. Splash News

Despite the mixed reactions to Fox’s Instagram picture, non-gender binary style has been increasing in popularity.

In fact, Vogue‘s August 2017 cover story — featuring Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik — is about how millennials don’t conform to gender with their style, and Jaden Smith has stepped out in a slew of skirts and dresses teamed with heeled boots, brogues and other unisex-style footwear silhouettes.

Click through the gallery to see North West, Shiloh Jolie-Pitt more cute celeb kids in non-gender binary styles.

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