Beginning in the 1960s, boys were given Barbie dolls and girls G.I. Joes to see if they would respond differently to traditional gender roles.
What researchers found after years of observation was that the boys used the Barbies as missiles and the girls put makeup on the G.I. Joes.
Well, so much for gender confusion.
But as strong as nature is, nurture certainly plays a role, and it’s playing an increasingly bigger role in the lives of our children.
There has been a forced march in the direction of gender reversal for decades now, with Leftists attempting to muddy up the sexes with ambiguity and lots of compound words.
Toss in the uber-liberal agenda of our schools (which has ticked off millions of Christians), and it’s like our kids don’t even have a chance today.
All of this has resulted in parents being even more confused about how their children are ACTUALLY supposed to act.
“Choosing your own gender is like one of those ‘pick your own ending’ books, except with a higher chance of suicide.
Regardless, gender-fluidity is all the rage with the woke left…But with the ‘trannies are so hot right now’ fad, so is a dangerous, but growing idea:
Feminists wanting to push their gender on the chitlins. Like, say, if you son doesn’t warm up to flowers, forcing him to take ballet. Because the kid whose mommy forces him to take ballet is always a hit amongst his classmates.
The other day I was sitting in the park with James, 3, when I picked a dandelion and handed it to him as a present.
‘No way, Mummy,’ he said, pushing away my gift. ‘Flowers are pretty and I’m a boy.’ And I thought: That’s it. I’m signing him up for ballet.
Firstly, this child is all of three. But this twit decides it’s time for concern. And what better way to beat the boy out of a boy than to sign him up for ballet.
This is how Leah McLaren, woke mommy of the year, ends her disastrous column:
If I want my son to love and respect women, I am going to have to teach him to embrace – and ideally appreciate – ‘girlish’ things.
That’s why I’m weaving him a dandelion crown and signing him up for ballet. I’m going to turn the little alphabet belcher into a proud princess whether he likes it or not.
And just remember, when her son begins wearing an eye patch as an accessory to his tiara and slashing pirates with a sword, that you’re the mom who confused him.
Isn’t forcing gender issues on a 3-year-old some form of child abuse? If it isn’t, shouldn’t it be?
It’s bad enough that Muslims are attempting a blatant takeover of the U.S. education system; now we have to deal with parents who are so obsessed with political correctness, they’re RUINING their own kids!
Source: Louder With Crowder