As an editor, the job entails fixing what others write from their there and they’re, to misspellings. But another key facet of the job would be preventing hate speech from going out. In this case, Emily McCombs, an editor at Huffington Post, forgot about that. When she tweeted the following:
Tom Ace @TomAceLegal
“In my sweat-soaked, sit-straight-up-in-bed feminist nightmares, I can imagine a future in which my own spawn makes some woman feel as voiceless as the boys in my high school once did, a world in which he blithely argues against the existence of male privilege and shit-talks the latest all-female remake on Twitter.“ Lately, I can imagine it even more clearly.
My son loves Power Rangers, “except the pink and the yellow ones.” He scoffs also at the pink Wonder Woman shirt he used to wear before he started school and began picking up gender stereotypes like a communal cold. He seemed to enjoy a dance he was doing at school, until he found out it was ballet, which, he shouted angrily, he doesn’t like.
Children never fully belong to their parents. I started losing mine to the world of men years ago. My voice is strong, but what chance does it have against the chorus of voices ready to drown me out every time he steps out the front door or turns on the TV? Being told to “raise a good man” is starting to feel like the devil is telling me to keep cool while steadily raising the thermostat in hell.”
Men and women despite what the current social overly PC movement may say are supposed to be different. There is nothing wrong with a Macho dude or a girly girl. Feminists like this are making things tougher for males that are doing no more than being themselves. I feel for the son, as his mother is raising him to almost hate being a boy. I don’t understand liberals, they will bend over backward coming up with new pronouns for the numerous newly coined sexual orientations, but to let a boy be a boy is crossing the line?