If there's a silver lining to the sexual assault and harassment stories that came out during the #MeToo movement, it's that more people are calling out sexual violence when they see it. The charge has been led by women, but as much as we write off masculinity as toxic, some men are stepping up in the post-#MeToo era, too. Then there are the men who want to step up, but are too afraid to do so.
Fathers were there to buy a set for their daughters, young girls and boys peeked into the windows trying to catch an early glimpse of their new toys, grown women lamented that Legos like this didn't exist when they were kids, and a group of men worried that all of the sets would be gone before they made it through the door.
This might just be one moment in his young life, but unlike his dad, Tristan will look back on the day he cried at soccer practice and remember having someone to talk to about his feelings, instead of someone who told him to get over them or to "stop acting like a girl."