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Monday, February 17, 2014
Portrait of Insane Progressive Parenting: ‘If Max wants to wear a pink tutu and fairy wings, he...
Portrait of Insane Progressive Parenting: ‘If Max wants to wear a pink tutu and fairy wings, he can’: Parents raise their son as a boy AND a girl so he won’t ‘grow up aggressive’
Written By : Samuel Gonzalez February 15, 2014
This is the mindset of Liberals who call themselves progressives.They can’t even decide that.But, besides that these are the same people who champion abortion as women’s empowerment instead of what it really is, murdering the unborn.The same people who want to legalize drugs.The same people who pushed out prayer from the public schools.Name the perversity and progressives will be their champion!Is it really a wonder why they hate traditional values?
Daily Mail reports Max Price is a happy, healthy one-year-old boy who spent yesterday morning playing with his vast collection of toy cars, planes, tractors, and dinosaurs.
Dressed in a red checked lumberjack shirt and rust-coloured jeans, he shouted ‘beep beep!’ and giggled with delight while pushing a plastic motorbike around the living room of his family home.
Then, after lunch, a strange transformation occurred.
Max scampered upstairs to his bedroom with his 23-year-old mother, Lisa, and re-emerged several minutes later wearing a dark blue, knee-length dress decorated with pink flamingos.
He swiftly grabbed a blonde-haired doll, sat her in a pink plastic pram, and took her on a short walk, stopping only when it was time to pretend to breastfeed her.
Later in the afternoon, the child collected several more dolls, found a selection of pink toy cups and saucers, and staged an impromptu tea party.
Max, who turns two later this month and lives in Walsall, is being raised according to a radical technique known as ‘gender-neutral parenting’.
It means Lisa and her husband, Martin, 34, encourage him to wear both boys’ and girls’ clothes, and to play with conventionally female – as well as male – toys.
Rather than being worried if he decides not to play football, and asks instead for someone to paint his fingernails with glittery polish, they instead see it as a form of cute self-expression.
‘If Max wants to wear a pink tutu and fairy wings, then he can wear it,’ says Lisa. ‘He’s just expressing himself. I don’t want to put him in a certain box and treat him that way. I want to teach him to be whatever he wants to be. He can pick his own clothes and, as long as they’re warm enough for the winter, I’ll get him whatever he wants.’
I’d wager that the father of this boy is either a homosexual or the most chic-a-fied man on the planet.Either way, he’s exactly the kind of man Feminists want, docile, malleable, and easily dominated or specifically not a man art all.Don’t thinkthat this warped idea of how to raise a child is limited to these nutcases.Progressives will eventually come around to insisting that every child should be raised this way.