If a baby is all take, take, take and an adult parent is mainly give, give, give, then it’s logical that a changeover point will be reached in the early 20s, sometimes later and much of that is to do with having children.
Add to that the infantilization of society and the matriarchal bringing up of so many boys today by single mothers, unbalanced by any male influence of note, especially an authoritative male influence and there’s a recipe for disaster. That’s the light in which I see the bleating of this young man, which Chuckles has little sympathy for and I see where he’s coming from.
In a post at OoL, I mentioned that our society had always been a bit brutal in the past but now it was artificially wimpish, which in a boy is really a crime of the people inducing it.
Case in point – yesterday, in the supermarket, there was a toddler in pink, a girl, who kept walking between me and the shelf and that was OK, the mother called her over using a male name. Wha?! She did it again and the toddler was certainly skipping about as a girl would but she now referred to him as him. I made no comment, not wanting to get into it but it appalled me.
She was about 16, the mother and if it was a boy, she was deliberately, in order to follow the PC narrative, bringing him up effeminately. Just what chance was she giving him to become a man? Not only that, he [she?], the toddler, was in very girlish gear, the locks were girlish, everything was girlish.
And there was no male, the child’s father, to tell the mother to cease that insanity immediately.
I’m still hoping it actually was a girl because if it was a boy, I think the mother should be reported for abuse. And this one below, who fed chilli powder to a baby to punish him. A teenage girl might do that, not a mother. Look at the face of the girl – what sort of horror Chuckies and Chuckesses are now reaching adulthood because of a bloody PC narrative?
This is crime against humanity, crime against nature.
And so to the young man who began this post:
As a child of the 90s I was raised on a steady diet of Disney movies and positive reinforcement. I grew up in a house where abundant praise was given for completion of the most mundane of tasks. Failures were justified and assigned an appropriate cause that absolved me of any wrongdoing.
In school phrases like “a truly gifted writer” or “amazing insight” would be scribed upon my homework. I had my picture books “published” in the school library. Everyone told me I would be a best seller. Everyone said I would be loved by all.
I’m going to use the word “crime” again. There’s no other word for it. This is what all these people, from teachers to this girl above here are perpetrating.
Under the guise of caring and nurturing, they are doing exactly the opposite. When men and boys go wrong, go out of control, they can eventually be reined in – the Krays, Al Capone. When women and girls go wrong, go out of control, they destroy society.
Women have always been the cornerstone and have been expected to act as that cornerstone. Look at that girl in the pic again. That’s not a mother – that’s a monster. That’s what that baby is looking upon – a pitiless monster. God help the child and all others now subject to such people.
The solution is obvious but equally obviously, no one wishes to hear it except a section of the blogosphere, it seems, the remaining rump of sane values and society functioning as it should.