General Hospital spoilers tease that Laura Collins (Genie Francis) may have solved the mystery of who’s bullying little Aiden Spencer (Jason David) after having a conversation with daughter Lulu Falconeri (Emme Rylan) about Charlotte Cassadine’s (Scarlett Fernandez) bullying problems.
Laura gave a telling hint to General Hospital viewers when she looked over at little Aiden after hearing about Charlotte’s problems and how Lulu cannot find out who Charlotte has been bullying!
General hospital Spoilers – Laura Questions Aiden
However, there is another factor to be considered; Charlotte may be a big part of little Aiden’s self-esteem problems, but when Laura was questioning Aiden about his playmate Bianca, he said he was not allowed to play with her; someone had made rules that boys can only play with boys and do boy things, while girls can only play with girls and do girl things!
Of course, Charlotte could be responsible for these “rules” by teasing Aiden and calling him a sissy or a wimp for wanting to play with a girl, but several months ago he was warned by his own oldest brother Cameron Spencer (William Lipton) about not taking his Princess Kalinda of Everwood pencils to school, so he wouldn’t be bullied over it! Cameron was trying to protect Aiden, but could it be possible that little Aiden has partially imposed these rules on himself after misunderstanding Cameron’s intent.
Another possibility, since Cameron is much older than Aiden and in high school, is that either there is a problem within the school system itself that these stereotypical male-female rules do exist, or else Cameron was bullied as a child also because of these rules, and it’s a long-standing problem.
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Nina Reeves (Michelle Stafford) may have been partially correct in indirectly blaming the school system by blaming Charlotte and Aiden’s teacher Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) for being sexist with Charlotte!
Charlotte’s Strong Personality On General Hospital
Charlotte’s strong personality and rudeness in school obviously is a problem, but it may be further reinforced by strict male-female stereotypical roles enforced by the school system, if they do indeed exist. Stay tuned to General Hospital and keep checking General Hospital spoilers frequently to see how these problems are resolved!
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