Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by PoliticalChic, Jan 24, 2009.
True enough. Not too many of us are 'universal monarchs'.
You do realize that says more about you and where your mind is then is necessary.
Strange, the title does not match where this discussion is now and too lazy to look back. However from personal observation while growing up and even now:
Single parent families and two parent families have little difference in the effect on the kids. The problems are never created by a lack of one parent or avoided by the presence of both.
Now, how are the ever going to be able to teach this kid that sex is dirty and shameful. They're probably not even going to tell him that masturbation will make him blind. The shame of it!
Or that masturbation will make the penis shrink ... that one was always funny.
poor little bastard....
"Urban Violence Begins in Broken Homes
If there is any “deliberate racial discrimination” that drives violence and crime in black urban areas, it is the racial discrimination of the left. It is the racial discrimination of identity politics, which promote the idea that different ethnicities should live under different rules and receive special treatment.
The perpetrators, and victims, of violence in Chicago and other urban areas are largely young black men. They mostly come from homes with no father and from communities where this reality is the rule rather than the exception.
Making a child is not hard to do. Raising a child and conveying the values and rules that make for a successful life and responsible adulthood is. Particularly now that popular culture largely dismisses these truths. And in black communities, politics and media are dominated by the left, whose message for them is that life is unfair because of racism and the answer is big government.
Black leaders need to start doing their job and convey that marriage, work, education, and personal responsibility are the only things that will fix black America."
Urban Violence Begins in Broken Homes
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