Apparently, pointing out how “gay marriage” can potentially hurt children makes me a bigot. Because name calling *so proves* the same sex parents are “better” at being parents than opposite sex parents. Sorry, no it doesn’t. Science has proven time and again that children thrive much better in a home where their mother and father … Continue reading Trolling for Kids
Yesterday’s post garnered quite a lot of attention. And it brought out the comment trolls. Policy is still enforced. There was a point that I didn’t make yesterday and applies not just to gays and children but society’s view of children in general. Children have become a possession instead of the people they actually are. … Continue reading Yes, The Children
“Gay marriage ” does not protect children. It abuses them. “Gay marriage” provides a “legally” promoted structure that hurts children in every way. In “gay marriage”, children are property and objects to be taken from their parents and raised in an environment that is oriented towards the adults selfish sexual gratification. Children lose their God … Continue reading What About The Children?
Remember, it’s always the girl’s fault. Dress shaming a child all in the name of purity and modesty. Being female apparently gives license to men and authorities to hurt us ladies and excuse it under the excuse of “protection.” I call BS. (I get the reason for dress codes but a five year old child … Continue reading Dad Delivers Perfect Response to Kindergarten Dress-Shaming His Little Girl: Read His Viral Letter
Part Three Warning: I will be talking about various types of abuse in this post and have inserted photos where appropriate. Be advised. This post builds off the discussion from Part Two. I mentioned previously that many girls are forced to raise their younger siblings because their mothers just don’t parent. Or in the case … Continue reading Quiverfull and Childhood
Summer reading program is almost over though I am finished completely. The party was Wednesday night so it’s all done. Don’t worry I’ll have more books to write about. Two Novellas along a few short stories all set in Africa. All told from the point of view of a child. Nairobi, Kenya at Christmas told … Continue reading A Fifth of The Library Made Me Do It
Reblogging that is. My previous post on girls and the color pink is so apropos and so illustrative of the changes and the overwhelming influence consumer culture has on the development of boys and girls. The US is the only country that permits unlimited advertising to children. Children are bombarded will consumerist materialism and are … Continue reading First Time