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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Verizon demonizes parents, promotes feminist false statistics.

First they begin this commercial hinting that telling your baby she`s a pretty girls is demeaning to the child's future...Telling a baby she is pretty does not refrain her from been who she wants to be, it is an expression of love by parents.
How many times have we as parents said don't get you clothes dirty, either boys or girls, and then think of the time we let children play in the mud, grass, and everything in between, a heck of a lot more than saying don`t get your dress dirty, which could refer to "we are going to visit Grandma?"
It goes on and on promoting the idea parents limits the outlook and capability of their daughters with restrictive control....and sure enough they put the father telling his daughter to give the tool to her brother.(surprise, surprise)
This is by far one of the most pro feminist false statistics I have ever seen...
I can only speak for myself and from what I have seen other parents do, and that is, we look at what our kids do, see what they are interested in and do everything we can to nurture what they are interested in. 

I don`t know about everyone else, but if my daughters were interested in marine biology, maths, or mechanics, I would be happy as heck...as would any other parent and do everything in our power to make sure they had everything they need to follow their dreams. The very idea that we restrict our daughters future by saying your a pretty girl or don't get your dress dirty, show how disconnected Verizon is from reality..

This video perfectly explains the real world Verizon seems to forget...

So, tell your daughters they are pretty, all the while continuing to advance their dreams, their future, as we have always done. The past is gone, the future is theirs, and today is a gift, that's why we call it the present.
And tell Verizon to stop pandering to false statistics promoted by radical feminists like jezebel...

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