Friday, January 10, 2014

Why kids get the dad's name

Here is today's anti-father news.

Father pays outstanding child support, still gets jail time

Dad sues after son in Utah is given up for adoption

Viral video of toddler cursing: Some see racism in police comments - This is some sort of racial dispute between Nebraska police, the ACLU, and the black community. Yes, the toddler is black and CPS has seized him for using bad language. CNN reports:
The African-American toddler knocks down a chair and gives nearly as good as he gets, responding to some of the comments with an upraised middle finger and telling one of the adults at one point, "Shut up, bitch." The adults laugh and prompt him to repeat other crudities.

Just another day on the Internet -- until the police union in Omaha, Nebraska, posted the clip on its website to highlight what it called the "cycle of violence and thuggery" the community faces.

Why shouldn't children have their mother's surname?

To answer the last question, moms have strong obvious and biological ties to their kids. The dad may not be so sure himself. A normal mom wants to unambiguously and publicly declare that the kids belong to the dad, so that he will take responsibility for them.

When a mom gives her surname to a kid, it is almost as if she is announcing to the public, "I am a slut and I do not know who the dad is." Or she has some sort of sick desire to brand the child with her feminist ideology.

Another feminist Kay Steiger just wrote:
I am a woman who is engaged to be married. But unlike lots of your friends who are busy posting photographs of their diamond engagement rings on Facebook, you wouldn’t be able to tell by looking at my left hand.

This is because I told my fiancée many times before we got engaged that I wasn’t interested in getting an engagement ring at all, diamonds or no. There are a lot of reasons I feel this way, including my particular indifference to jewelry. “Honestly, I’d rather have an iPad,” I told him. ...

Very few people ask me why I don’t have one, and if they do, I shrug it off. “Engagement rings aren’t really my thing,” I say.
So is she engaged to a man or a woman? She says "him", but a fiancée is an engaged women, and fiancé is an engaged man.

Most fiancées are proud to wear engagement rings. This one thinks that it is somehow unjust unless the man also wears an engagement ring.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dude, you got lesbians on the brain. In that same story she also wrote:

"In many states a bride-to-be can still sue her fiancée for breach of contract if he breaks off the engagement..."

"When my fiancé proposed to me we were on vacation, and all he had to do was ask."

Not everyone got at least a C in French.