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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Teaching Self respect to kids, part two...Parental involvement.


Well said...
Forget twerking, forget slut walks.
Want to be respected, have some self respect, It's that simple.

That said, eliminating twerking, slut walks, or sluttish behaviour promoted by low life feminists and their manginas, is simple.
When your daughter twerks, say something and act upon it...
Not like this guy who just gave up and blames others.
Billy...if you don't act on your beliefs, on your rights as a parent..
Isn't it you who gives the devil his power??? or Disney...

As for slut walks, this is simpler, as parents, go to this self destructive march, promoted by feminists with an inferiority complex and low self esteem, you just have to show up...sure the ones who have no self respect won't care, but maybe yours will..(ever noticed, those who promote slut walks are fat and ugly? And would never dress as such themselves???Yes I said it)

But it's easier for fathers, personally, I would physically pull mine out of such a self-destructive march...
But I wouldn't have to because my daughters have self respect, and since I have always thought them, to believe in their own gifts and to have faith in themselves, (and if anyone ever disrespect them to tell dad, and he would take care of it) they do not believe this would advance anything about who they are.
Also, they know this would sadden me and would take away some of the relationship we have as father and daughter...(Yes, sometimes they swear in front of me, but it follows with a "sorry", now that's respect)

After all. even if hags want to destroy that relationship, because they know, fathers are a threat to their power, daddies little girl will always be his little princess and they really don't want to destroy that.
Imagine, fathers, with their arms crossed, a piercing look in their eyes, mixed in with a little sadness and a broken heart, showing up at a slut walk, we wouldn't have to say anything....

But since we live in a 'free society" where everything is permitted...go right ahead and be proud of your daughters lack of self respect and showing it online for everybody to see...

Personally, I like this better from my daughters....but that's me...

It's easy to take away feminist power, just take back what is yours...parenting with a heart and compassion. 
Kids will not learn this from feminists, manginas or the state. 

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