I got to stick up for myself but it is hard to do so without coming across as sexist, politically incorrect or misogynistic.
I’m a husband and a father; I am a man therefore I feel what is happening to men of all ages.
We are looked down upon. ( and I’m in no way praising the bad men or putting down the good women).
Mother’s Day shopping verses Father’s Day shopping
We are all conditioned into believing that women are the beacons of intellectual society therefore we buy them books and get them pampered.
Men are just boys living a suspended adolescence only seeking an X-Box, shaving cream, and radio-controlled helicopters.
Men are stupid and cannot do anything at all; on television commercials I’ve seen men struggle to put infant seats in cars, use a vacuum cleaner, pick up a phone and purchase health insurance, the list goes on.
I cannot imagine the uproar that would come if women were portrayed as idiots on television commercials.
The useless father figure
Fathers especially are useless all they do is work then come home sit down and have a beer.
While mother does the cleaning, cooking, all of the parenting, pays the bills, chauffeurs the children and still looks like a supermodel.
The truth is, I cook everyday, take my kids to the park everyday, bath them, read them stories at bedtime, teach them exercises and how to stick up for themselves, teach them to read, teach them to write, console them and if I have some spare time I write on this blog.
My father did just as much for me and my son will God-willing do the same for his children.
Boys growing up without a father or with a docile father-figure will eat up all the propaganda so I’m telling you men to man up and take control, guide your children.
And women back up your husbands and if they are lazy remind them of what psychological damage they are doing to their children.