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Boy who wanted to try on skirts found ‘Justice’ in this North Carolina store

The answer was uplifting: “Everyone is welcome at Justice,” the mom reported she had been told.

And so Sirois and her son, armed with a giftcard from another supportive parent, paid a visit to Justice Friday.

Maria Sirois via Facebook

“There were no other customers in the store. My son’s eyes were huge and overwhelmed with possibilities. Stephnie came right over to greet us didn’t bat an eyelash, and basically took on the role of my son’s personal shopper for the evening.

Maria Sirois via Facebook

We left the store 2 hours later with 2 full bags, and I snapped a picture of my son standing by the store window that reads, ‘just for girls.’ He was clutching his 2 bags of new clothes, standing beside those words, and challenging the notion of ‘just for girls.'”

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