Fuckweb chat - Dating my property
As a dad, I get that it's tricky riding the line between "it's up to me to raise strong, confident women who make smart, informed, decisions for themselves that are meant to please them more than they please me and that sometimes I'll have to be the asshole to her to do this," and "my daughter is my property and I know what thoughts go through the mind of a 15-year-old and I'll kill you." But it is a line that dads need to learn and it's important that these archaic ideas of fatherhood die a quick death. We show you that as a woman you're as strong as a man and that you set out the path for who you do or do not fall in love with, not us. I don't have to talk to them about their sex lives to support their choices.
These shirts may be purchased in jest but I'm not sure a five-year-old fully understands that. Why suggest we need to shorten the leash on our female children while giving out even more to our male children who we stupidly assume are out to get our girls. We don't have a very appealing acronym for our t-shirt business but we feel pretty good about the messages we're trying to send out girls. We'll show you our relationship and all the good thing and bad things that come with it and you know that you're free to do the same if that's what you choose. You don't have to be "Dear Daughter, I hope you have awesome sex" to show that you support the autonomy of your little girls.
A time to spend with our families doing things we often end up fighting over, a time to complain about how hot it is (only if we're talking about the humidity of course), and a time to watch men on the beach walk around with their young daughters proudly wearing their D.
I expect "I know what went on in my head when I was a young man," is the first line of defence a D.
Maybe it was purchased on a lark or maybe it's a family joke thing where they all look at it and laugh and want to burn the shirt at a campfire. shirt without the obvious other suggestion of Dads Against Boys Who Must Want To Assault Daughters? Stop treating your daughters like meandering princess lost in the woods.