Nutjobbery – Reading Children Bedtime Stories Disadvantages Other Children

I reblogged a JunkScience story earlier about the story WHO has new rules for avoiding offensive names. Maybe this is to prepare the medical industry for the next generation of special snowflakes to become service users:

I don’t think parents reading their children bedtime stories should constantly have in their minds the way that they are unfairly disadvantaging other people’s children, but I think they should have that thought occasionally,’ quips [philosopher Adam] Swift.

There’s so many more pearls of lowest common denominator where the above nugget came from –

Parents! Don’t teach your kids manners. Don’t spend time sharing your knowledge or show them understanding. Don’t teach them strength so they can handle what life throws at them. Don’t teach them not to hurt others or show kindness or lead by example…in fact don’t teach them anything (except possibly subservience to the state and the chosen philosophy of the moment?)! Stop busting your guts to feed, clothe and love you’re children – you’re disadvantaging children with deadbeat parents!


h/t Sargon of Akkad


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