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Leave the Kids Alone You Blood Sucking SJW!

Anyone who conducts an argument by appealing to authority is not using his intelligence; he is just using his memory.-Leonardo da Vinci

How do you teach a kid to think critically?  Certainly not in school.  Every happy little graduate these days is an expert in recitation and conformity.  Though the kids believe that  dying their hair pink and dating four boys and three girls at the same time, while identifying as a mermaid, makes them a non-conformist.

Reality is nothing more than whatever everyone else believes.  A fact isn’t a fact unless they put their finger in the wind and that fact is confirmed by public opinion. Does over 50% of America believe it? They don’t? Well then it’s not a fact.

They don’t realize that the only reason they feel comfortable doing so is because society has told them that they could.  Right now it’s trendy to look bad and treat people worse while simultaneously being as self-righteous as possible.

Somehow simply existing has become a political statement.  A woman shaving her head is a feminist no longer bowing to the pressures of the patriarchy.  A boy painting his nails and wearing a dress means that he stands against hetero-normality and that gender is a spectrum.

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Somewhere along the way we stopped allowing children to just be children.    Instead of teaching them responsibility and preparing them for the harshness of the real world, we’re teaching them how to have anal sex (thanks Teen Vogue!) and be obsessed with their appearance.

This obsession has created an over identification with identity.  Even their entertainment is pandering to this identity crises.  Even their sports aren’t safe with the overpaid cry babies who are somehow people we should look to for moral guidance (just ignore all the domestic violence!).  Kids’ frivolous fashion magazines and superficial teen issue blogs are now a source for politics and moral authority.

Ostensibly this is to”educate” the youth, but we all see it for what it is.  If they really wanted to educate, they would teach kids how to think for themselves instead of making them slaves to authority.

Our kids are shouldn’t mouth pieces for phony corprotist agendas.

Elaine Welteroth, editor in chief of Teen Vogue openly admits to pushing her political agenda on to children.

I felt like there was an opportunity to go a little deeper and to feature a different type of girl: someone who actually used their platform to be a role model and to be a thought leader. There was something shifting in the zeitgeist.’’

And the equally corrupt people at the New York Times ate it up!

If it was going to continue to exist as a teen magazine, it would have to acknowledge that its readers cared about politics and social activism and sexual identity, topics it had avoided in the past.

Yeah no crap it avoided those topics, because back in the day America respected the rights of the parents to teach their kids about sexuality and society.

Maybe it would be better if we stopped pressuring children to chose their sexuality right after they’re done teething.  Maybe their family should help them figure out the meaning of race and culture.  Not some manipulative columnist 500 miles away who wont catch these kids when they fall.  Who won’t cry with them when they learn just how awful this world can be.

No the family will actually show them kindness instead of sanctimonious diatribes.  When the world is cruel the family will show these kids love. All these magazines will do is teach our kids what to say and what to believe.

And they couldn’t be more obvious in their agendas!

An article by Lauren Duca was titled, ‘‘Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America” in 2016. How dare you put an article out like this and pretend it’s for the children.  Teaching kids about politics should never be about pushing your politics.

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That same year Teen Vogue managed to feature a letter by Hillary Clinton and an interview with the lying Loretta Lynch.  But I’m sure Teen Vogue had a reason to be so openly partisan.  Wait, of coarse they do!

Clearly they want to march all their little soldiers into future progressive voters.  The kids are just collateral damage.

Living a life of no morals does not make kids happy.  There is a reason teenagers shouldn’t be having sex, and there is a reason that politics and morality should come from the parents.  The crap that sights like Teen Vogue spit out does not make kids happy.

Suicide rates are at a 30-year high among all ages, the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, and currently the second leading cause of death among 15- to 24-year-olds.

The shackles of authority are also leading kids to higher levels of anxiety! They’re so worried about what people think that they can’t choose an outfit with out consulting the internet. Twenty-five percent of 13 to 18 year olds have mild to moderate anxiety.

What are we doing to these kids?  What kind of adult will they grow up to be?

Just giving a kid some Xanax isn’t the solution.  We’ve never used and abused prescription drugs more in this country than we do right now.  According to the 2010 National Survey on Drugs Use and Health, an estimated 2.4 million Americans used prescription drugs non-medically for the first time in the past year. This averages about 6,600 initiates per day, of which one-third are 12 to 17 years of age.

And that was in 2010.
Sometimes public opinion is wrong.  Sometimes what society says is moral and right is not.  I don’t care if it’s Chinese foot binding, female genital mutilation, or the sexual education of kids in America.  Society has been wrong and it is wrong now.
But clearly I’m speaking to the choir.  Already the NFL is looking to have its worst year yet with a big drop in viewers.
Kids have also lost faith in college.  According to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, only 49 percent of Americans now believe that a four-year degree will lead to a good job and higher lifetime earnings. An overwhelming 47 percent claimed that they don’t believe a four-year degree will increase job and earnings prospects.
Things are changing, and any institutions that cling to progressive principles of days past are going to suffer.  And this won’t be a matter of public opinion, it will be a matter of fact.  Results speak louder than any poll and these SJW policies just don’t work.