The article i referenced was really discussion females. Not pushing pink barbies could show them they can be astronauts.
Babies are sponges. How do you know the point they “start” getting influenced?
Well firstly we didn't have them watch TV much. Whenever they did they watched the same stuff anyway. When you want them to sit and chill before bed you have to put on something they all like to watch otherwise you get tantrums. When you give them real freedom of choice this is what happens:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm9xXyw2f7g
perfectly said!, as a boy at primary school I would have loved to wear a cool cotton school dress in the summer, instead we had to wear terylene shorts, and a shirt with a tie,,,
@Pete671 And you should have been able to wear that cotton dress if you wanted. It shouldn't have ever been an issue. People are so silly.
How about hermaphrodites born with both? Usually doctors just “choose” which to chop off.
I think they choose base on whichever is the safest option for the child to live a healthy life
Why is their choice?
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You’re a good dad.
I do my best, thanks
True, I’ll go with that
Live not love
Sure, and we can teach them science and genders. But let them do what they want.
True! Let them gravitate toward the things they want.
First why is that bad? Second, not saying we don’t tell them about genders. Just don’t push it.
I’d say before puberty society pushes certain toys, colors etc. You don’t think that has an affect?
The kids response is personality not gender.
Our society links them, unfort.
Doesn’t mean it’s their identity.
Id argue they should be.
Because it doesn’t matter. We can teach kids science and genders, but just treat kids the same.
Nice goal post move dude.
How’s is it a goal post move?