#NoMoreBoys&Girls That's an actual hashtag right now being pushed by the frigging BBC. One of the largest news outlets in the world, which is also publicly funded, just ran an experiment where they dressed up boys in girl clothes and girls in boy clothes, and sat back and watched as volunteer adults went to play with them.
I mean, this is some high-level science right here. I know you probably have no idea what the results could have been, so let's go straight to the video to find out. Watch:
NO WAY! Did anyone see that coming? Who would have ever thought that girls and boys might like different things?
I don't even know where to start here. First of all, I know I couldn't have been the only one disturbed to see these poor kids dressed up in clothes they're obviously not used to, and then having some stranger call them repeatedly by some other name. I mean this is borderline child abuse.
Speaking of child abuse, what this video is attempting to do is train parents to coerce their kids into not accepting who they are.
And second of all, speaking of child abuse, what this video is attempting to do is train parents to coerce their kids into not accepting who they are. Letting little boys be little boys and little girls be little girls isn't, as the BBC put it, "conforming to a stereotype." It's just nature. The BBC claims to be advocating empowerment, but in reality, they're advocating child abuse.
Every generation in the history of mankind has understood that males and females are different. Does that make one superior over the other? Of course not. But if they can make you doubt reality they can eventually make you believe in anything. That's what all this is really about.