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Jonathan Haidt wrote about disgust occupying a dimension of human morality. He found, (unsurprisingly if you’ve trawled the internet for five minutes), that leftoids have a higher disgust threshold than non-leftoids. (That is, they can more happily tolerate disgusting things in their lives.)
I bring this up because a world in which disgust is abandoned as a moral consideration starts quickly filling up with people like the demon mom this post will introduce to you. A society recklessly surrendering even the pretense of monitoring culture health for signs of encroaching trends that elicit the disgust reflex is a society that will in short order be overrun by disgusting people and the disgusting things they do.
Every year, I give presentations about my health classes to the parents of my students. And inevitably, every year, someone will express relief at the idea that I’ll be talking to their kids about sex so that they’ll be spared the awkwardness of doing so themselves.
Numbnuts Class Hivemind Indoctrination incoming!
This reminds me: leftoids always attack. They never relent in their desire to strip the good from the world and replace it with their island of misfit degenerates. The only effective counterattack is to not play the game by their rules. Go on the attack and put THEM in the defensive crouch. Abide YOUR frame, not theirs.
At this point, I almost expect that. After all, for a lot of people, talking about sex with their kids is awkward. As my friend May said of having such conversations with her three- and eight-year-olds, “Their dad and I are nervous about it in general, so I know we’re putting it off.”
You know, there’s a good reason Nature designed it so that talking about sex with your three-year-old feels awkward: because it IS awkward and you shouldn’t be doing it.
Plus, a lot of parents didn’t talk about sex with adults when they were growing up, and so don’t have a model of how to do so.
Amazing the human race managed to survive this long without sex-ed classes for toddlers.
But talking openly to your kids is one of the best ways to raise them with a positive view of sexuality
When a shitlib feminist uses the word “positive” with regards to sex, she means “as often as humanly possible, with a black man, involving depraved acts and rectally-inserted objects, but only after verbal consent is established incrementally on the minute, every minute.”
– and to challenge the conventional and damaging messages so many are getting on the subject.
Like how not to spend the day with a vibrating buttplug slipping dangerously close to irretrievability?
For example, do you want your kids to have accurate information about how their bodies work and to feel good in their skin?
Buffalo Bill here reminding you that it’s possible to feel good in another person’s skin.
Whatever your wishes, having a sense of them will go a long way in helping your children navigate these waters in a manner that feels true to your family.
Female poopytalk. Thank you, women’s studies degree programs! (mo’ money for dem…)
Yet separating sex from reproduction can be hard to do. That’s because then you need to talk about desire, and pleasure, and as I did recently with my nine-year-old,
things like oral sex. (“Eeeew,” she groaned after I gave a basic description, “That is so gross. What if someone didn’t wipe!?”)
Smart kid. Dumb parent. Mix the two: child abuse.
But kids find a lot of things kind of gross and aren’t traumatized.
Like steaming dog shit. So the answer is to shove buckets of steaming dog shit in kids’ faces, naturally.
And explaining that many people have sex not to have babies, but because it feels nice and can forge intimacy and connection, isn’t actually all that hard to say.
Grooming your White child for that sweet, sweet 0.7 below-replacement fertility rate.
2. Start Conversations About Consent Early
Feminist cunt mom is about to unload some Holy Matriarchy injunctions on her kid.
When addressing consent with young kids,you can teach them that they need to get permission to touch others by asking peers and siblings things like “Can I hug you?” or “Can I hold your hand?”
Or, “How to turn your emotionally healthy child into a creepy, psychologically unstable, socially clumsy spergatron.”
Children should also have their physical boundaries respected by adults.
But not their psychological boundaries.
Adults often think it is perfectly fine to continue to tickle or wrestle a child who is asking them to stop. But it isn’t – and it teaches kids that they don’t really have control over their bodies.
This psychobitch sounds like a lot of fun to be around.
Kids should also be allowed to change their minds. They shouldn’t, for instance, be taught that keeping a promise is always the most moral thing to do.
Shitlibs train their sprog early in the art of traitorous status whoring.
With older kids, explain that consent for sex can be withdrawn at any time. […] Plus, kids and teens should know that you can stop a sexual interaction at any time, even if both people are naked and fooling around. Even in the middle of a sex act.
Nothing says “this is completely natural and loving” like teaching your daughter to demand consent after every thrust into her vagina, and your son to be ready to stop right up to, and including, the point of imminent ejaculation. Just another feminist whackjob demonstrating a clear lack of understanding and empathy for physical and emotional differences between the sexes (and between children and adults).
It also has to be clear that consent shouldn’t be wheedled or coerced, and that there are circumstances under which consent cannot freely be given – like if you’re asleep, passed out, incapacitated by drugs or alcohol, or under age.
And consent can’t be freely acknowledged when drunk, either. Game set match, feminist shrike.
it’s understood that teens who want to drive, or take calculus, or play violin should be given the space to learn how to do so before we expect any mastery of the subject.
But when it comes to sex, we deny children the ability to develop their skills, and then blame them when things don’t go well.
Feminist brainwashing agent thinks sex is like calculus, even though field mice manage it without a propaganda blitz instructing them in the act.
And while there are ways for kids to practice sex, many teens are forced to do so in secret. This can be the result of parents’ rules. But it also happens because things like looking at porn or sexting are illegal for minors.
And while such laws are ostensibly designed to protect children, particularly when it comes to sexting, they can do more harm than good.
“ostensibly”. This is what a disgust threshold set to infinity looks like.
For a lot of American parents, the idea of allowing a teen to have a sleepover with a boyfriend or girlfriend, let alone with a casual hook up, seems either like excessive permissiveness, or actual negligence or harm.
For a lot of American parents, insane feminist nonsense hasn’t yet polluted their ability to think clearly.
I know that was something my parents worried about when the issue came up for me as a teen. Ultimately, they let me stay over at my boyfriend’s, but they also made it clear that they were only doing so because they wanted to know where I was.
Her feeble parents wanted to be sure she was slutting it up at a known address instead of behind the 7-11.
We all knew that they were pretty unhappy with the whole situation, and as a result, my return home the mornings after a sleepover were uncomfortable for everyone.
😆 😆 Fucking skank did the walk of shame back to her parents’ house! Why wait until college to experience that shame from peers? She got an early start on her career in whole hog sluttery. Later, in college, shaming glances would bounce right off her.
But in reality, permitting sleepovers with a partner can be one of the healthiest ways to keep teens safe since they are getting to learn about having sex in the security of their own homes
Dads love it when their daughters learn about having sex under their roofs. As long as it’s safe and secure, her orgasmic moans traveling up to Dad’s bedroom can only be the sound of a father raising his daughter right.
Sexuality is not an amorphous entity that lives separately from our children and which we need to protect them from unilaterally. Rather, it’s a part of who they are and something they’ll benefit from nurturing and developing.
Sexuality doesn’t need nurturing and developing. It pretty much happens on its own. But what fun is that when you can be in the running for demon mom of the year and encourage your daughter to take a cock up her ass while dad tries to drown out the sex noises with the Beats headphones you bought him for Kwanzaa?
But many of us live in environments where any openness about kids and sex is seen as potentially harmful. And as a result, the attempt to raise sexually healthy kids can seem like an uphill battle.
Maybe that’s nature’s way of telling you not to do it, you dumb bitch.
But even if you were raised in a household where the topic was utterly taboo, it’s never too late to send more positive messages about sex to your own kids – even if doing so seem a bit unnatural at the start.
Author: Ellen Friedrichs.