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Boys Are Boys And Girls Are Girls - Do Parents Play A Role?
I was looking at my photo albums earlier today, and thinking about what to post here. I saw one of my daughter's photos when she was a little younger. I think she was only around 11 months something like that. My daughter in this photo I saw from my albums was playing in our neighbor's front yard. She was so captivated by our kid neighbor's truck. She wouldn't put it down or when she did, she kept picking it up and trying to walk away with it lol. She was only less than a year old then, so differentiating between trucks and dolls at that time makes no sense.
When I was a little, I was also a huge fan of trucks and helicopter toys lol. I love wearing shirts and pants instead of skirts and dresses. Luckily, I didn't grow up lesbian. By the way, anyone out there reading this, I mean no offense - I also have a couple of gay and lesbian friends (in not a very obvious way) and they are very nice and kind to me. Again, I have nothing against them, and I respect them wholeheartedly. So if you think this topic is uncomfortable to you, please respect and ignore it.
So yeah, it's just that I feel weirded out, or not comfortable around guys prancing around swinging their wrists and talking in girl voices with makeup on, or women with short hairdressing like construction workers kind of, seems a little odd to me. It's not the sexuality, it's the demeanor. But, it's no big deal.
It is said that "people are born that way". Maybe yes. Maybe no. I don't know. Anyways, I have known people that talk to their sons like they were girls - "Come here, sweetie" or "come here, honey" and that just confuses the hell out of me. I'm not judging at all, but it seems weird. Boy wants to put on makeup at the early age of 5 and wear dresses and high heels. I kind of think it's a parental responsibility to say "hey buddy, that's for the girls... look at this nice truck!". If by adulthood the kid does turn out to be gay then so be it. At least you didn't turn him (or her) into a confused about what sex they are adult. Just my opinion.
One significant piece of sexuality is social since it is constantly communicated in a few or alternate manner and the general public shows us how to do as such. We've completely conceived the manner in which we are. How we express it, both to the world and ourselves is dictated by our current circumstances and how we were raised.
To all the parents (like me) out there, our children observe each move we make and model our conduct at each chance.
From a very young age, our children notice totally all that we do. They observe how we converse with individuals. They see how we treat others. They notice how we respond to tough spots, and they retain how we consider each subject. They know how we feel about our positions, and they know how we welcome our visitors when they stroll through our entryway. They gain from us and they mirror all that we do.
Our activities are basic to how our children act. At the point when we don't care for what we find before us, the primary thing we need to do is look in the mirror. In the event that we need our children to oversee themselves adequately, we need to know as to whether we are demonstrating that conduct. Is it accurate to say that we are overseeing ourselves successfully in any event, when they can't oversee themselves? Do we remain quiet when they are upset or do we holler back when they are shouting at us? Stuff like those.
Let's avoid a lot of spoiling. In showing a lot of affection, parents sometimes neglect to bring up the mistakes of their children. They think that pointing their mistakes may hurt their children. Let's teach our kids what we want them to learn. Peace.