August 8, 2012
MANY PARENTS today are shockingly ignorant when it comes to the mental world of children. This ignorance is the inevitable result of the prolonged infertility that came with the sexual revolution. During their twenties and early thirties, many adults hardly interact with anyone under the age of ten. A society that produces few children grows progressively more stupid and lacking in common sense. Individuals arrive at the threshold of parenthood unprepared for the fantasy world of children and their radical phases. It’s as if a Martian had landed in their midst.
Combine this ignorance with the left’s war against traditional sex roles and you get parents who, acting upon the advice of psychologists who have a vested interest in pathologizing every quirk of childhood, allow their young son to wear a dress to school. I haven’t read more than the first page of this New York Times article by Columbia Journalism School instructor Ruth Padawer and I don’t recommend you do more than that either. I offer it only to remind you yet again of how far, far, far we have fallen in this rabbit hole and of how you should do everything you possibly can to shield your own children and grandchildren from this sick culture.