Feminist mom Sarah Fletcher, the mother of three-year-old Alice and eight-month old Charlotte, isn’t happy that her daughter is a girly girl.
According to an article I found at the Daily wire website, Sarah Fletcher started by saying “Why do I care that my daughter’s a girly girl?”
Alice is “obsessed with pink and princesses,” according to her mom. Fletcher wrote, “She spends most of the day pretending to be a princess (I’m the prince and I get to rescue her on my horse), or a bride (I have to propose, give her flowers and then we get married) or a mummy (there’s nothing quite as humiliating as a three-year-old pretending to change your nappy and calling you stinky).”
Then real horror: “She almost always wears pink and has as much interest in stereotypically ‘boy’ toys as she does in my imaginary smelly nappy.”
Fletcher writes that she is making an assiduous effort to change Alice’s perspective; after Alice informed her boys can’t wear dresses, Fletcher corrected her, informing her “that anyone can wear whatever they want.”
Alice, though, was resistant, Fletcher writes resignedly: “It made no difference: she was convinced that this was the rule and I was wrong.
Another failed attempt: when Alice wanted mommy to be the prince and save her from a monster, and her mother suggested the roles be reversed, Fletcher writes, “She looked at me like I had lost my mind.”
Fletcher boasts, “I’m a feminist, and I hate it when people decide a car is a toy for a boy, or a fairy outfit is for a girl. People should be able to like whatever they want and dress however they want.” She acknowledges, “Yet I’m also a huge hypocrite — Alice has girly girl tastes, and I’m embarrassed by it.”
Eager to dismiss any femininity in her daughter, Fletcher says she decorated Alice’s bedroom with a jungle-themed duvet and stickers of animals and trees. She explains, “This was for selfish reasons. I didn’t want to spend every evening reading her bedtime stories staring into the glassy eyes of Disney princesses.”
It gets crazier guys,
Alice asked her mother to replace the animals with princesses.
Fletcher grumbles, “Why do I feel this way? Why do I feel I have to justify her traditionally feminine tastes? Why do I think other people are judging me for having a girly girl? I think it’s because I worry people will assume I’ve encouraged Alice’s interest in stereotypically ‘female’ things, as though I’ve told her pink is for girls and blue is for boys.”
Bewildered, Fletcher wonders, “I do wonder where her interest in pink has come from, and why she is convinced that boys can’t wear dresses. At her nursery, I’ve seen boys in princess dresses, complete with tiaras and sparkly kitten heels. Why has she decided it’s wrong?”
She concludes, “As a feminist, I believe people shouldn’t be forced to act in a certain way based on what gender they are. It’s an effort, but I’m going to embrace the pink. Maybe my younger daughter will be into monster trucks and burping contests.”
Isn’t it amazing how a kid gets to teach her mom that a girl is girl and a boy is a boy? And that being girly as a girl isn’t a big deal?
I mean what the hell is wrong with the world. Why is a mom trying so hard to make her daughter, who is an actual daughter act like a boy when the innocent child knows she’s a girl and wants to be a girl?
I mean, this shows how far the left is willing to go to confuse Delusions with reality.
At some point in America we were worried that our kids were going to learn some stupid stuff are be terribly confused about reality, but now, the roles have changed. We now have parents who are confused about gender and their kids having to remind them that a girl will always be a girl and it’s not wrong for a girl to be girly. Also, how had will it be to understand as a parent that boys dont actually wear dresses and that dresses are actually for girls and that the word princess is usually associated with girls while prince is for boys.
Its horribly amazing why we’re debating words and meanings in 2019. But that’s how far the left have gone.