If you haven't heard about the "storm" Storm and his/her parents have been causing through the Toronto Star, check out this video:
I've been following the story through the Star since it came out and been paying attention to some of the fallout. Without getting into a debate about gender, parenting, children, Canadians, or the flack that man who lets his boy wear dresses probably gets from his own parents, or anything in between, I'm going to say that this is pretty much an open and shut case.
Yes, gender is a social construction, and outside of standing up and peeing or pushing out babies, a woman can do anything a man can do. And vice versa.
But I think this debate centres around the child's sex and not his/her gender. They say only one family friend outside of the immediate family knows the baby's sex, but unless babies are still being delivered by storks or grow in cabbage patches, this "secret" isn't much of a secret.
I have no children, so I can't tell someone else how to raise their child. But when I do have kids, I'll force my son from young to kill what he eats, wear Old Spice, and pee outdoors. Why? Cause that's what men are supposed to do, right?