Nancy Boys On Parade

Blurring the lines of distinction within gender identity and in the process feminizing our culture, this is the goal of a group of mothers who have banded together to kill off an semblances of masculinity left in today’s kids. Who are these femin-nazis, these benders of traditions and norms, these counter culture progressives who want total control on what is now considered normal, they are the Matriarchal Mothers:

OBSERVATION: A reason why matriarchal mothers enroll their sons in dance class: Shopping

Boys whose lives are enriched with dance will be exposed to new experiences and different values unimagined by their fathers and grandfathers. A special bonding experience between mother and son is shopping for feminine clothing for dancing such as shoes, tights, leotards and pretty costumes. She can teach him the importance of accessories.

It is an opportunity for her to gauge his interest in becoming more as her and encourage his femininity. She can help him appreciate fashion and beauty which could led to a lifetime of fun shopping experiences together. Mothers, sons and daughters can all shop together. The idea is to have fun and not be bounded by gender expectations of the past.

Break out of those societal constraints on gender roles, we want free thinkers here, limited only by the imagination of what purse goes with what shoes.

I’m not going to post the video, you can see it for yourself, quite a spectacle. And this isn’t even a gay thing, gays dance much better than that:

This guy can bring it.

How many thinks this is child abuse deserving of some CPS intervention?

I posted stuff here about bullying in school, and how destructive it can be (like this is some new phenomena never ever occurring in the last 4 thousand years of recorded history) but unless you attend Pee Wee Herman’s school of cosmetics who’s classes are populated by Perez Hilton types, if this tape every gets out to the schools of any of these dancers, they might as well run off and join the circus for all the {wrong} attention and they will now get.

Talk about confusing, these boys look about middle school age, pretty much the time of adolescence where hormones take the wheel. Sashaying around and blowing kisses is not conduct to be emulated on the play ground.

Notice all the those giddy mom’s in the audience and their shrieking, I didn’t hear any manly ,”That’s my boy, look at how he shakes his butt, just like his dad”.

2 years ago we read about this Swedish couple:

A couple of Swedish parents have stirred up debate in the country by refusing to reveal whether their two-and-a-half-year-old child is a boy or a girl.
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the parents were quoted saying their decision was rooted in the feminist philosophy that gender is a social construction.

“We want Pop to grow up more freely and avoid being forced into a specific gender mould from the outset,” Pop’s mother said. “It’s cruel to bring a child into the world with a blue or pink stamp on their forehead.”

The child’s parents said so long as they keep Pop’s gender a secret, he or she will be able to avoid preconceived notions of how people should be treated if male or female.

I admit that I am old fashioned in some respects but I don’t think feminizing males, turning them into effeminate boys both in dress and mannerisms is a good idea.

Is this much ado about nothing and I’m over reacting, or are these boys the product of bad parenting and genuinely screwed in their ability to socialize with those of their own sex?

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  1. Seattle Outcast

    Kill it with fire.

    This is what is wrong with men today – they are raised by women, with all of their genetic neurotic tendencies glorified.

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  2. Rann

    I’ll be frank with you. This entire post reads like some grumpy old man sitting at his computer, taking a break between forwarding emails about how Obama is secretly Osama bin Laden’s son to every single person he knows, and grumbling “Damn women, makin’ boys dance and shit, turnin’ ‘em inta GURLS. In mah day we’d beat th’ shit out of these nancies and put a few bullets in their head an’ th’ sheriff would tell us ‘NICE JOB BOYS’ and by gawd it was!”

    You went off and found the two most extreme examples you could and basically used it to do a “Ehhh, fukkin’ WOMEN” post. Combined with the “knocking the dust off some pussy” bits from the last thing, I don’t think this looks too good for any “I’m not a misogynist, I just-” reply that you may be about to make.

    I admit that I am old fashioned in some respects

    No, really?

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  3. richtaylor365 *

    This post had zero to do with misogyny and everything to do with a group of women banding together for the purpose of feminizing boys. Labeling criticism of gender obliterating women bent on re wiring their son’s attitudes and behaviors as misogynist is the same thing as calling criticisms of Obama’s actions racist.

    Nature/evolution made boys different from girls, they think differently and act differently, they tend to gravitate towards their own when in play, boys will play with trucks and girls will play with dolls, they are hardwired that way. Girls learn to talk sooner but boys get the laws of motion sooner. They do not process information the same or develop the same motor skills and acuity at the same speed. Gender roles can be imposed externally, massaged and manipulated externally, but if it flies too far in the face of what nature intended, then problems will arise.

    If a boy decides to play with dolls on his own or develops an affinity for fashion, fine, I wish my son would get more fashion conscious, you should see how he dresses himself for school. But I don’t think it is a good idea to feminize boys, to push them more towards feminine roles or dissuade them from a more natural masculine disposition.

    It is interesting that you equate a criticism of a post feminist attempt by some women to stifle masculinity in boys with a call for shooting them in the head, a bit harsh, wouldn’t you say?

    And that is an interesting theory about Obama/OBL, I wonder if Jerome Corsi knows about this?

    At the end I asked this question:

    Is this much ado about nothing and I’m over reacting, or are these boys the product of bad parenting and genuinely screwed in their ability to socialize with those of their own sex?

    You apparently are in the “much ado about nothing camp” and think this gender manipulation is just peachy, fine, that was the whole point of the post, to spur some interest, but going all misogynist/grumpy old man advocating child abuse with beating and shootings in the head was a bit misplaced.

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  4. Rann

    You apparently are in the “much ado about nothing camp” and think this gender manipulation is just peachy, fine, that was the whole point of the post, to spur some interest, but going all misogynist/grumpy old man advocating child abuse with beating and shootings in the head was a bit misplaced.

    To measure the amount of fucks I give about preserving traditional gender roles in our society, they would have to first discover something smaller than the millifuck, so you’re certainly correct about that.

    But I’m pointing out a pattern of your apparent thinking that’s leaning towards “Somewhere in this, a woman is at fault”. It would be like bringing up Obama’s race every time you made a post… criticizing him isn’t racist, but if you consistently referred to him as “our BLACK President, Barack Hussein Obama”, hey, one might begin to wonder. You’re basically quoting from a source that’s offering a hypothesis, and then coming up with your own spin on it, and pounding your fist on the desk raging about “women aggressively feminizing boys” as if it were a fact and you were reporting on the International Coalition Of Feminazis For Emasculating Young Boys celebrating getting it’s five millionth member.

    As to coming off like a grumpy old man? Uh… if y’don’t like it, stop? You can’t growl that you’re old-fashioned and then get huffy when someone points out the “old” part of that. (Especially when you title a post “Nancy boys on parade”. Are you somehow blogging to us from the sixties?) I’m well aware that I’m probably the youngest person here, even if by fifteen years or so at the most, but there are times I have a distinct impression of sitting in a room full of wrinkled old grayheads shaking their canes shouting “DAMNED KIDS! Prolly faggots and commies, too…”

    In short… stop being such a drama queen, Rich.

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  5. Seattle Outcast

    I wish my son would get more fashion conscious, you should see how he dresses himself for school.

    Wait until he discovers pussy. You won’t believe how much attention he’ll pay to his appearance….

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  6. Kimpost

    Is this much ado about nothing and I’m over reacting, or are these boys the product of bad parenting and genuinely screwed in their ability to socialize with those of their own sex?

    I think it’s much ado about nothing. If anything I think that we in our respective societies (fairly developed, westernised) have much larger problems with gender stereotyping than we do have with militant feminist over-reactions to the same. It’s still largely a man’s world, where we are supposed to behave in certain ways. Many (or most) of those ways are probably not very natural at all…

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  7. Poosh

    It’s true that *most* of what we regard as gender is socially constructed, and a good deal of it is, in fact, arbitrary. But there are ‘core’ differences between the two sexes which simply cannot be the product of society or nurture. Nature always has one of the king-sized seats at the table.

    Quite frankly, both sexes should know how to fire a gun, deal a killing knife blow, cook, build shelter, use tools, create a garment, clean a floors.

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  8. Seattle Outcast

    Many (or most) of those ways are probably not very natural at all…

    I’ll disagree with that all day long.

    in what way aren’t human behaviors “natural”? It’s not as if space aliens came by and messed with our society…

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  9. CM

    Completely OT (I dare anyway to suggests that this is about nancy boys on parade!), but the largest sporting event my country has ever hosted (Rugby World Cup) kicks off on Friday, and my local area has adopted the U.S as our ‘second team’ (after the All Blacks of course, who will no doubt fail again even though they’re always easily the best team and continue to have a wining percantage of close to 90%). Anyway our local shopping streets have really got into it – there are at least a thousand American flags proudly flying. it’s quite a sight. At the main intersection the largest building has two flagpoles. On one is a large NZ flag and on the other is an American one that same size. Very cool. Go Eagles!

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  10. Seattle Outcast

    That’s kind of funny – in the US 99.995% of the populace has never watched a game or know what the rules are.

    It looks fun from what little I’ve seen, and not nearly as confusing as cricket.

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  11. CM

    Apparently it’s now the third largest international sporting tournament in the world, and the largest of 2011. Not sure if that’s by viewing audience or what. Whatever, it’s easily ‘the’ event for NZ this year (and all surrounding years!).
    Yeah I think rugby is strongest in some select Universities (I understand that Harvard has a number of teams). Some of the players in the US team qualify through having parents born there.

    Cricket is by far my favourite sport. Not confusing at all ;-)

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