Skip to comments.Moonbat Intelligentsia Calls for Boys to Be Dressed in Princess Costumes
Posted on 10/02/2012 8:01:12 AM PDT by massmike
No need to worry about the coming apocalypse. When you find an article entitled, Why You Should Buy Your Little Boy a Princess Costume in Forbes magazine, you know it has already arrived.
The twisted exercise in political correctness denounces the concept of linking sex with gender, extols childhood gender fluidity, praises a woman for taking her 3-year-old son out and about dressed in a princess Halloween costume, and wraps up by crowing in triumph,
[M]en whove remained rigid and cardboard in their traditional, breadwinning roles, havent fared as well as women who adapt more easily, and now, in many cases, surpass their spouses in the new social and economic order.
Liberals will not rest until they have socially engineered future generations to conform to their own grotesque image. Already we have entered a world in which John Wayne has given way to Tom Hanks, and Rita Hayworth to Rosie ODonnell.
(Excerpt) Read more at moonbattery.com ...
When I was pregnant, almost every nurse, doctor or lab technician asked me the same question: so you guys arent finding out the gender, huh? To which, I replied the same way to each medical professional: well, theres no way to know, is there?
Without fail, the person always looked at me like Id landed from Mars. But I stuck to my guns: until theres an ultrasound that can detect a teeny-tiny Barbie house or Thomas The Tank Engine inside a womans womb, no parent or doctor on earth can determine the gender of any baby (at least, not until he or she is much older, and then, it might still be a pretty difficult assessment).
Many folks make this mistake. They confuse sex (anatomy, which we can detect in the womb) and gender (a social construction, think masculinity and femininity, which we can not) especially when it comes to young children.
And many parents will go way out of their way to police the gender boundaries for their own kids and even kids theyve never met before.
Just ask Mallory May. Yesterday, the Manhattan mother and her three-year-old son, Oscar were photographed by Brandon Stanton, a local blogger who runs Humans of New York, a site that describes itself as a photographic census of the city and boy did the picture set off a firestorm of Facebook controversy. There was little Oscar, prancing around his neighborhood, proudly dressed in one of his brand new Halloween costumes: a princess.
He just has wings, that’s not a princess costume.
What the heck has happened to Forbes? I thought they only did rational articles.
Old song lyrics: "From Bogart to Bowie, from He-man to She-man..."
America's enemies aren't having any problem raising men and women, though they plan to use some of them even as mobile single-use explosive devices.
Meanwhile we are exploring new ways to fund future therapists..I hate democrats!
How would she like someone dressing her like a hirsute construction worker?
I didn’t see this kid’s father around. Imagine that?
I’ll bet this woman works as an Editor in some NY based magzine and all her male friends are gay. They’re probably just manipulating her to make Junior easier to “harvest” one day.
A Lib talk show host (it might have been warren Tolman)on WRKO a while back bought in to this. He got his daughter two Fire Engines. She called them “Mommy Truck and Baby Truck”.
Do Single Moms do this on purpose so there won’t be another woman in their son’s life that they’ll have to compete with?
Liberals would ignore us, but they can’t get by without two things: our money for their hedomism and our kids for their perversions.
What a world..They encourage boys to be dressed—and TREATED like girls...and about the only couples that are now encouraged to get married anymore..are FAGS... Everyone else is encouraged to just “live together...
I do not really even want to THINK about a 2nd term...
And I live in Hamilton Cty. ohio...
If anybody tried to put an outfit like that on one of my
grandsons they’d pull back a bloody stub!
Lies from the very pit of Hell.
Am I wrong or is it mostly women and gays who are obcessed with gender identity? Not to mention they try and force gender roles on children?
I can remember being a little boy playing pretend and noone would play the part of a fairy.
Infact, you would try to get the other fellow to be the fairy as an insult.
You’re probably right on all counts. When the last of the men fade away, we’ll just run the colors down and run up the chinese or al Qaeda flag and call it quits.
When my boys were about 3, they *really* wanted some fluffy little tutus they saw at the store. Also, at a recent playdate, they had dressed up in the hostess little girl’s princess outfits and had a grand ol’ time. I didn’t panic. I realized what my boys *wanted* — that I hadn’t given them yet — was costumes! I went out and got them some high-bling “boy” costumes — pirates, etc. — and they were happy as clams. No asking for tutus anymore. I think that these liberal moonbats interpret the kids asking for *costumes* as asking for girlie stuff. ALL little kids like costumes! But I think little boys who *insist* on girlie stuff, after being offered boy costumes, are few and far between.
Let boys be boys.
“I’m a boy, I’m a boy, but my mom won’t admit it, I’m a boy, I’m a boy, but if I say I am, I get it.”
The Who - I’m a Boy
Teacher sent home a note that my 4th grade son said, ‘bomb’ at school.
I sent a note back telling her to only send me a note if my son says he want’s to wear a dress.
Never heard back.
Second, my anecdote is completely unscientific, but merely an observation--and an interesting one at that.
I have two kids. A four year old daughter, and an 11 month old son. My daughter's room is strewn about with all sorts of "girl stuff"--i.e. princess pictures, girl toys, headbands, barrettes, ya know... "girl stuff"... she also has an assortment of matchbox cars (more on that later), megablocks (huge lego-like blocks), and these fisher-price trio blocks (these are pink, its the "girl edition")...
So anyway, my son crawls into his sister's room constantly.. wanting to play with her toys, he's always going for the cars, the blocks, the mega blocks, or the trio toys (they're not quite like legos, but you build stuff with 'em)... never mind there's a tea set, a metric ton of dolls, my little pony, princess wands, play jewelery, tiaras, etc... he ALWAYS goes for the blocks or the mega blocks, or trio toys... the mega blocks are not pink, and the wooden blocks are the same wooden blocks you and i grew up with... okay, we have not taught my son that a specific toy is a girl toy, or a boy toy... he just goes for the toys he likes... and they just happen to the toys boys like...
about the matchbox cars, my daughter loved the little cars when she was a baby, and she still plays with them.. funny thing, though, she doesn't like them as much as her "girl toys.."
i dunno.. seems like its a pretty natural inclination, unless it is "skewed" by the likes of this idiotic mother we just read about...
German nouns have genders, human beings don’t.
This is very good!!!! It will prepare the little sissies to serve in Obama’s New Military....
You're probably more right than wrong. The reason is because GK Chesterton had it right when he observed:
"Feminism is the mode of thought that hates everything feminine."
Well, we need more hairdressers, Madonna dancers and interior decorators.
Yeah, you suppose that might have something to do with it?
Poor kid, but I suppose that he'll never know how good he might have had it.
JUDITH: I do feel, Reg, that any Anti-Imperialist group like ours must reflect such a divergence of interests within its power-base.
REG: Agreed. Francis?
FRANCIS: Yeah. I think Judith’s point of view is very valid, Reg, provided the Movement never forgets that it is the inalienable right of every man—
STAN: Or woman.
FRANCIS: Or woman... to rid himself—
STAN: Or herself.
FRANCIS: Or herself.
FRANCIS: Thank you, brother.
STAN: Or sister.
FRANCIS: Or sister. Where was I?
REG: I think you’d finished.
FRANCIS: Oh. Right.
REG: Furthermore, it is the birthright of every man—
STAN: Or woman.
REG: Why don’t you shut up about women, Stan. You’re putting us off.
STAN: Women have a perfect right to play a part in our movement, Reg.
FRANCIS: Why are you always on about women, Stan?
STAN: I want to be one.
STAN: I want to be a woman. From now on, I want you all to call me ‘Loretta’.
LORETTA: It’s my right as a man.
JUDITH: Well, why do you want to be Loretta, Stan?
LORETTA: I want to have babies.
REG: You want to have babies?!
LORETTA: It’s every man’s right to have babies if he wants them.
REG: But... you can’t have babies.
LORETTA: Don’t you oppress me.
REG: I’m not oppressing you, Stan. You haven’t got a womb! Where’s the foetus going to gestate?! You going to keep it in a box?!
JUDITH: Here! I— I’ve got an idea. Suppose you agree that he can’t actually have babies, not having a womb, which is nobody’s fault, not even the Romans’, but that he can have the right to have babies.
FRANCIS: Good idea, Judith. We shall fight the oppressors for your right to have babies, brother. Sister. Sorry.
REG: What’s the point?
REG: What’s the point of fighting for his right to have babies when he can’t have babies?!
FRANCIS: It is symbolic of our struggle against oppression.
REG: Symbolic of his struggle against reality.
Interesting point. I'd not considered that.
My mother is as conservative and tough-minded as they come. Even more so than myself and my father.
However - and I'm sure that she'd agree - she couldn't ever replace Dad. She's not a man, doesn't know how to be a man, and wouldn't want to try to be a man. Some things, there's just no substitute for.
But, then again, Mom is pretty dammed secure with regards to her position in the pecking order. A lesser woman (like the author) would have all of the baggage that you allude to.
My girl gets guns! I am of the same mind as Annie Oakley on the subject.
Attention whores are being bred, and it is OK if it is “mum” approved says Barry daddy.
Attention whores are being bred, and it is OK if it is “mum” approved says Barry daddy.
ANyone thinking this is not what sharia is all about is a fool. Women are going to lose big on this, but only liberals can use fronts like these and claim “they did not know”, like Germans during Hitler.
Indeed, I had this argument with this hispanic girl who did not want guns at her house even though hubby was a cop. I kid you not. Then she went on a feminist rant about how she is going to teach her daughter to be careful of men etc... And I was like, how can she be careful of men in a rut if you do not teach her to shoot dears in a rut in the woods.
Yeah, and we know who acts like deer in a rut these days and who votes for them...
Women and men need to be trained to shoot, indeed, it is a matter of heart more than self defense at this point in time. All pretenders need to go.
Great picture of a little kid dressed up as the fairy his mother wants him to be as an adult.
It’s called G R O O M I N G!
Homo pedos do it to sexually entrap boys.
If your school is into promoting perversion, please remove your sons before they end up as victims. If your sons end up victims, arrest yourself.
It’s called homosexuals grooming small boys for sodomy. That’s not a joke.
OK, Where’s the KID’S DAD??
Dad, Father, Daddy, etc., are words of vulgarity and therefore not allowed.
Forbes Magazine. Well, steve’s old man was gay. As for steve, if I had his wife, I would have long since turned!
Granted, he had a lot of Matchbox and Hot Wheels cars that were mine and several that were his older brother's (who was more into Legos than cars), but he had other toys, too. This obsession or passion for cars is all him. If you ask him what he wants for his birthday, it's "Cars!" If you have to bribe him with something, it's a car. Instead of talking about what he wants to be when he grows up, he talks about what cars he's going to have (3 limos and a Hummer. Sometimes 3 Hummers and a limo). He has, literally, over 300 Hot Wheels cars at our house and probably that many at his grandparents, who often keep him. He can tell you what every single one of them is, and usually where it came from. He can tell the make of every car on the road. At first, he would pick out the emblems, but now it's headlights and taillights and rooflines and many models as well as makes.
Of course, he also puts on his mother's fuzzy pink slippers and walks around in them, but I'm going to leave that one alone for now; he's just trying to be funny.