Fathers, its up to you
Your Little Princess is just like her mother. She wants a hard man between her legs, and nothing she tells you, and nothing you tell her, is going to stop her from getting it. If you keep your head buried in feminist dogma, this is your daughter's story. The details change, but the story is always the same:
Posted on Answerology.com at about 5:45 PM on 5-20-2010.
made a huge mistake, how can I take it back?
I go to school away from home so its a lot easier for me to have a crazy life, last year i got pregnant, when i went back home to see my family during the summer i was barely noticing but they thought i was putting on weight; i gave birth before the holidays but i was so afraid of my familys reaction that left my baby at the hospital (i dont know who the father is) i went home and everything is normal; this mothers day it finally hit me what i had done; how can i tell my family what i did; get support from them, and how can i get my baby back, how do i find out who has my baby and if shes in good hands
Asked by Female, 22-25
The details change, but the story is always the same. We have these baby abandon laws in US states now because so many young mothers were dumping their unwanted babies in trash dumpsters. Most of them get an abortion, or 2 or 3, by the time they are out of college. According to government statistics, the average American “Little Princess,” starts getting laid at age 14.8. By “average” it means that half of the girls start getting laid younger than that. By the time she is 30 she has soaked up the sperm from a hundred or more men, some of whom she got the name of. She looks around in panic and remembers she was supposed to be married. A few of the sluts manage to corral a man, but most don't. About half the next generation is born to unmarried mothers. She has a great job as a secretary where her MA in Women's Studies is no advantage at all. Her life is a disaster.
Is this the future you fathers really want for your Little Princess? Is it really what you want?
In functional traditional families young women wait for marriage because they know that marriage is something that will actually happen soon. The traditional young woman learns basic education, and learns home economics, cooking, sewing, cleaning, banking, borrowing, budgeting, saving, hospitality, and child care. Her parents help her find a good husband, probably 10 years older, who can support her and her family, a good man who can take care of the cravings between her legs and the empty womb she lusts to fill. A good father knows that Little Princess is a grown woman ready for marriage shortly after puberty. A good father supports and helps his Little Princess to become a good wife and mother for his granddaughter and grandson.
A good father should expect to “give away” his “little princess” when she marries, shortly after she matures past puberty. Giving away the bride to a good man is the mark of success for fathers of girls. That should be your ultimate goal as her fathers. You should be guiding her away from the false feminist failure life that schools and society now tells everyone she is supposed to have. As her father, you should work hard to guide her into marriage and family when she is ready, in her early teenage years when her body demands sex and babies, when she is young and strong and can bear the stress of pregnancy without failure, when she won't be a single mother leaving your granddaughter at the hospital or fire station.
Don't be a failure father like so many other fathers of failure feminist 30 something bitches. If you follow tradition, and Bob's advice, by the time your married grown up Princess is 30 something she will be preparing her daughter for marriage, and enrolling in a college to continue her education. She will have it all, because she did it in the order that Mother Nature provides for her.
Tell the anti-family hate monger bitches to pound sand. They aren't going to take away your family and your grandchildren. Your grandson won't be left at some hospital or fire station. Talk to your Little Princess about life and how to be a success. Talk to her mother. Help Little Princess be a success, to be a wife and mother, to live a full, rich, wonderful life.
Dads, its up to you. Are you going to help your daughters to have a wonderful life, or hurt them by barring marriage to a good man and pushing them into abortions, relationships, and a failed (man's) career? Dads, its up to you to save your daughters.