I Raise my Daughter as Better than Boys

I have no boys, thank god. Boys are truly the worst. I just can’t stand them. I genuinely dislike male children. They’re rude, loud and so much more stupid. Little boys and girls are like different SPECIES. My daughter (five) has for years experienced nothing but problems with the little boys she unfortunately has to be around. They sometimes would shove her. Sometimes make fun of her, take her toy, or just generally annoy her. The teachers never do anything to help it. I realized when she was still in daycare at the age of three, I had to handle it myself.

I told her straight up, “When a boy is bothering you, you knee him between his legs in his boy parts as hard as you can. He’ll fall to the floor, and probably cry, but you’re just standing up for yourself. I’ll handle your teachers.”

Well, the next day, the three, same-aged boys who always picked on her did just that, and she did exactly what I said. I still remember the call:

“Your daughter has been in a fight. You need to come pick her up.” I protested that she was just standing up for herself, and that I would not take her from school for such a thing. There was a pause, and the woman then said “It was more than a little shove. We have three little boys writhing around the floor, curled up and crying. Your daughter kneed them each in their privates.”

I audibly laughed. Little boys are little monsters and I’m glad my daughter has no problem dealing with them that way. I can’t stand them and maybe this sounds bad, I feel no sympathy thinking of my daughter kicking their parts and them rolling around bawling. That’s just hilarious to me. My daughter now knows the rule: if a boy is bothering you, drop him with a knee between the legs and mom will take care of the rest.

Moms of boys, just keep your little creeps away from her!

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  • I read this a few days ago and I just keep thinking about it. I'm 55 now and maybe the reason I even found this was because I am a bit depressed and waste my time surfing the net.

    Partly I feel like my life has been one of being forced to put my feelings aside and just do what I am told.

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  • Good for you. And your daughter!

  • F*** no, we should strip all wahmen of their rights, and throw them into camps for reeducation.

  • Agreed

  • It's a different world today. I remember my mom telling me I had to take it. If the boy took the toy I was to let them. If they teased me, I was to accept it.

    I remember playing with a toy and a boy was at my house and he came over and just took it. We were tugging on it. Pulling. Mom came over and prised my fingers off it and gave it to the boy and then spanked me. I was 10. It still burns in me to this day and I am now 50.

  • Definitely different now. I’ve taught my daughter the same thing. If a boy bothers her in any way whatsoever, she takes Perfect aim and kicks him square in his parts as hard as she possibly can and he just falls down sobbing while she laughs with her friends. The era of boys bullying girls is over.

  • Well that would just make me bully her more so nppe still going to bully girls

  • Society has it all wrong with the way we handle bullying.

    We say no hitting.

    So what happens? Well the bully teases, pokes, annoys and makes life h*** for the victim. The victim does what they have been told and that is to tell the teacher. The teacher does nothing tat has any effect. They may talk to the bully but from the victims point of view, nothing changes. They still cop it.

    Then one day the victim snaps and lashes out.

    Now the whole system comes down on them. They get in trouble for fighting.

    So now the victim knows that the system is on the side of the bully.

    We should teach the victims to fight back physically.

  • THIS. RIGHT. HERE.
    I love you! :)

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