Conservative mothers reflect on what frivolous accusations mean for their son’s futures

Boys are enrolling in university at a much lower rate than girls
Boys are enrolling in university at a much lower rate than girls

Yesterday, I blogged about Megan Fox, a conservative mother of a son, who had some advice for young men who want to make a difference. She advised them to treat women and sex in accordance with Christian values, to document situations that could be misconstrued later, to live their lives as if they would one day be in a position of influence, and to remember that women “lie and scheme”, especially young, unmarried women.

I noticed that she linked to another article on PJ Media, by another mother of two boys named Sarah Hoyt. Sarah’s article is called “When Every Boy Is Guilty, Every Girl Becomes a Monster”.

She writes:

Let me tell you about my experience with Colorado Springs area public schools while raising two boys:

In Manitou Springs, in first grade, my older son started making poems to girls.

[…]I got a phone call saying he was sexually harassing a girl. Since at 6 he didn’t know how to spell “harassment” and would be uncertain on the meaning of “sexual” (both boys were far less curious than I was at their ages) I begged leave to differ, marched down to the school like the wrath of mom and demanded proof. At which point I was given a very bad, rather innocent poem. I mean the boy didn’t even say he wanted to kiss her. Just that she was pretty and her eyes were like stars.

Writing poems to a girl is harassment, because the boy is 6 years old.

But that’s not all, there’s more:

Next came elementary school in Colorado Springs. Younger son (slower developing than his brother, and at that time completely unaware of the difference in “vive la difference.”) was in third grade.

[…]Apparently, my son had a little friend who happened to be a girl. He was trying to get her attention so they could play the “space game”… There were other kids in the way, and she couldn’t hear him shout. So he reached – through the other kids – and touched her three times.

At which point, all hell broke loose.

Apparently a playground guard thought this girl was “very pretty” and “all the little boys were interested in her” (yes, third grade. Is anyone else getting a creepy vibe?), so when younger son touched her “on the butt” (playground guard’s version) the playground guard KNEW what she had to do.

She descended upon the kids, whisked the little girl to counseling and the little boy to the principal’s office to be threatened with suspension and the police.

I asked my son, right there, in front of all of them, what he’d confessed to.

He said they’d told him touching someone on the butt was sexual harassment so he’d confessed to that.

The child had no idea what sexual harassment even was, but the female playground guard was sure that’s what he had done.  Public schools are 80%+ female teachers and administrators, most of whom have non-STEM degrees and little to no private sector work experience. Are you really going to hand your boys to them? You better come up with a better plan than that if you want your boys to have an influence.

Here’s another article from The Federalist, written by Melissa Danford, a homeschooling mother of four boys.

She writes:

I cannot accept a world in which my sons will be raised under the tyranny of a lawless, vindictive society that wants to subdue and oppress men in the name of equality for women. It’s time to take a stand. Mammas, we have to fight for our men, because they are in danger. My father is, my husband is, and my sons are. Your father is, your husband is, and your sons are. This madness will consume them all.

It would be nice if her views were widespread, but they are not. The Wall Street Journal reports on a recent poll:

By 3 percentage points, men want Republicans rather than Democrats to control Congress, 47% to 44%. Women, by contrast, favor Democratic control by 25 percentage points — 58% to 33%. Among white voters, the gender disparity was the largest since 2008.

I blogged previously about how 77% of young, unmarried women supported Barack Obama in 2008. Women support abortion, gay marriage, and big government in larger numbers than men.

Why do young, unmarried women favor big government? In my experience young, unmarried women struggle with moral rules. They feel that they are exempt from cause and effect, because they are special. They want to do whatever they feel like doing “in the moment”, e.g. – getting drunk and having premarital sex with hot bad boys for fun. And they don’t want to be judged for it, or lose out on anything good further down the road. This attitude leads them to vote for a big government that will pay for their mistakes, and give them life outcomes equal to the married women who made wiser decisions. Unfortunately for men, we are seeing right now what happens when Democrats are put into positions of power by the votes of these young, unmarried women. Conservative Christian young men hoping to have an influence will always have to be watching their backs for their next accuser.

6 thoughts on “Conservative mothers reflect on what frivolous accusations mean for their son’s futures”

  1. Insane!!! Me Too gone wild!!! Our sons, fathers, brothers, husbands, uncles, nephews, male friends and half of humanity is in danger of vile allegations and smearing by some vile woman at any time! How appalling that even little boys who never even looked at a girl in a sexual way are now vilified as predators! This witch hunt only cheapens what REAL assault or rape is and also casts women as mere damsels in distress by being overpowered by men! I’d say to any son of mine, just don’t ever do anything that a woman or anyone else can misconstrue! Even a glance can go wrong!!! I’m also scared for these little girls being taught that they’re victims and something scary and traumatic happened if a boy in grade school tried to kids them innocently! A grade school crush is now sexually deviant in the Me Too world!
    https://aladyofreason.wordpress.com/2018/09/25/everybodys-a-critic-what-to-do-when-they-come-for-you/

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  2. “In my experience young, unmarried women struggle with moral rules.”
    This is further exacerbated by a society that tongue-punches the asshole of moral relativism. A direction of some sort (usually provided by religion) is preferable to degenerate relativism.

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  3. I’ve read my university’s ‘official’ stance on ‘sexual harassment’. It boils down to: anything could be harassment if a woman says it is, the motivations or intentions of the accused don’t matter and an accusation of harassment could ruin your future. They might dress up their ‘consent matters’ propaganda as being about women’s safety but at times it’s like there’re not even trying to hide their real motives. It’s all about making sure women can fulfill their sexual lusts without consequence and they’ve got no qualms with ruining the lives of both men and women in order to do it.

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  4. I have a friend who is a full professor at a major private university in the north east. He also happens to be a dyed in the wool leftoid. (No surprise) But even he tells me he won’t make eye contact with female students walking across campus, and certainly won’t be behind closed doors with one. His career, despite tenure, could be destroyed on a girl’s whim.

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