Brian Austin Green Supports His 4-Year-Old Son Wearing Dresses

Brian Austin Green
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By now, most of us should know that if we don't have anything nice to say, we should just zip our lips and move on with life. And yet, there are still trolls roaming the Internet, giving their two cents where it's not needed (or wanted). Brian Austin Green is speaking out about his 4-year-old son wearing dresses and why it needs to be a nonissue.

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The 44-year-old Beverly Hills, 90210 alum answered fan questions during a recent interview on Hollywood Pipeline's Straight From the Source.

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And just in case there's any confusion about how this dad feels about wife Megan Fox's controversial Instagram post -- showing their 4-year-old son Noah rocking an Elsa dress (Brian and Megan also have sons Bodhi, 3, and Journey, 1) -- let's just say David Silver did not mince his words.

"My son, he's 4," Green tells Hollywood Pipeline host Dax Holt. "I've heard from some people that they don't agree with him wearing dresses. To them I say I don't care. He's 4, and if he wants to wear it, then he wears it -- and it's dresses, or goggles, slippers, whatever. They're not my clothes."

Let them know!

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You see, in order for people to live their best lives, they need to be more focused on their own business and less concerned about what others are doing.

Brian and Megan received so much shade and hate from people who don't help raise their kids, don't invest in their lives, and don't pay any bills. At some point, we need to put our judgments to the side and let parents be the ones to parent their kids.

Plus, Noah is 4. 

Noah Green
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As Brian tells Dax, "4 and 5 [is] a time when he should be having fun He's not harming anyone wearing a dress. So, if he wants to wear a dress, awesome. Good on him."

Let this little boy be a kid.

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