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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by juanm, Aug 13, 2013.
I thought it was worth sharing:
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Unfortunately such common sense is suppressed by a powerful few.
Excellent post, a wonderful, heart warming, life-affirming (and daughter loving) piece, and thanks for posting it.
The link no longer appears to work, by the way.
Silly profanity filter.
Here's a shortened link
This put a smile on my face. This is pretty much how my mum raised me. If I ever adopt, I'm going to be to my daughter the way my mum was to me.
It's better to just brainwash your daughter that sex is something to do when your 30.
So you wouldn't adopt a boy? (knowingly walking into devil's advocate realm here, but this is a forum to debate, after all)
Probably the best way to do it. I'm 20 and my parents have yet to utter a syllable about sex to me, so I guess I just did what I wanted. Plenty of regrets but plenty of awesome memories too.
I am in huge favour of letting kids learn by their own errors.
Any advice on how to do that?
Once my kids are adults, I hope they have wonderful sex in a loving context ... provided, of course, their partners are on my 'approved' list.
Sex tends to ba wasted on the young.
In my experience (albeit somewhat limited), it is not until at least their mid to late twenties that women stop just doing it, and start enjoying it.
Most likely not, as the first child. Being one of the two eldest cousins (out of 8) I got to babysit a lot, and after dealing with my boy cousins growing up, I think I'm a little scarred.
But no, honestly, if I were to adopt, I'd like a daughter first, that's all. Nothing against boys (or men for that matter).
There's definitely a continuum when it comes to parenting. On one hand, there are the helicopter parents who control every aspect of their children's lives. On the other, you have the never-there parents whose kids end up getting into some serious trouble.
My kids are younger right now, so while I want to let them figure things out, explore and get hurt, there are definitely things that I want to shelter them from. As they get older, I plan on letting them experience more.
I feel that trying to set strict rules can backfire and the daughter can rebel and become a turboslut anyways so it's probably easier to give some advice but ultimately let them do what they want so they can learn.
Speaking for yourself? or what exactly is the base of this inane statement?
Sex is an immoral act.
So a woman who has multiple sex partners, she's a "turboslut". What is a man called who has multiple sex partners?
That would be a playa from the Himalaya
... only if it's done right
How many American men and foreign men does one have to sleep with to make such a statement?
I'd like to see a source for this.