Should i ask the air if its ok to breath or is that oxygen rape?
@naturagood, you should have asked me if it is okay to ask me a question BEFORE asking me a question. You insensitive cünt.
@Eddie Vedder, but, like, isn't that a paradox? To be able to ask if you can ask a question is a question in of itself...
@Jipz, you fool! You’ve doomed us all by pointing it ou- *pop goes the universe*
@naturagood, should I ask permission to breathe in before saying "BOI"
Me: Can I change your diaper
Babies first words: No
*Okay so wtf am I supposed to do here*
@Wallace R West, Leave it to get a pleasant rash of course.
What are you? A savage?
@Wallace R West, let the baby change your diaper
@Wallace R West, Teach them what no really means.
@Wallace R West, Change it anyway because you have to thereby teaching the child that it's consent doesn't matter at all.
@Wallace R West, I like how it's to teach them that their response matters when we're going to do it either way. That's like the opposite of what she wants.
@Animalium, you’re absolutely correct
I make a point of not listening to information from people with hair like this.
I wish men finally just told these dumb, counterproductive, pieces of garbage feminists to seriously fûck off. I get that men have done some bad towards women, but we’re changing for the better and in everyday life i see only women acting terrible towards people and seriously, I wish more people just paid them no attention or said fûck off and watch them act like the annoying baby cunts that they are. I’ve never heard any intelligent arguments from one.
@FoodOverPeople, Feminism is a perfect example of a movement that has long outlived it’s original purpose and usefulness and now has to manufacture grievances to stay relevant.
@Jolee Bindo, So, like unions?
@Jolee Bindo, what was the original purpose? I don’t even know anymore. I forgot what actual feminism is now; because these phony feminists have just made me so hateful towards them and their terrible views.
I saw this on TV (in Sydney) and it was beyond idiotic.
"Teach them that you can only put things in their mouth with their consent"
"Open up the tunnel here comes the train! Choo choo!"
**baby hits spoon away**
"That's the the fifth hour I tried, guess you'll starve, mate."
You guys ever think about how different our world is compared to those born in the 60s, 70s, etc... In terms of PC culture and social justice
@litecoin, I do, then my mind automatically goes to how ashamed our ancestors would be if they could see how the world has changed into this garbage fire.
"Sir did you just change that babys diaper??"
"Yes, but i got permission first, everything was consensual. Why?"
"That baby is under the age of consent you pervert! Im gunna have to ask you to turn around and put your hands behind your back."
@Guy Fawkes, this is exactly why that doesn't work.
Whats next, asking for consent before giving birth?
@Trying2kickass, that would have made my existence much better. I wouldn't exist.
You don't even have to read past the first 2 words to know that this person shouldn't be taken seriously
We need another old-fashioned war to clear these fuçks out. Society must be kept in control for its own sake otherwise it were runs rampant as the dumbest of individuals tries to leave their mark up on the world.
Why must these things exist
While I think this sounds crazy her bigger point was to teach children about consent from an early age so they will be able to identify when they are being abused. I think the baby thing is kind of silly but at least she has a purpose for it.
@CrazyRightWinger, teaching about consent is good, but not for basic necessities like this. You ask a 2 yr old, the answer will always be No. And babies can't understand the concept of consent. So if you ask to change their diaper, they say no, and you do it anyway, then you are teaching them that what they said will be ignored.
@Salem, like I said I think she has good intentions but she's starting too early.
@CrazyRightWinger, humans below the age of 18 (in the western world) are not legally capable of giving consent. That’s why if a 20 year old fücks a 16 year old, it doesn’t matter if the 16 year old consented, it’s still statutory rape.
A child can express dissatisfaction, distaste, or resistance, but what happens to them is ultimately the responsibility of their guardian.
Children do not get the choice of going to school, or eating their food, or wearing their clothes, or any of a hundred other things parents do to their children for their own good.
The message here is that children know better than their parents and so the parents need permission to parent their children. Not only is this idiotic and wrong, it will greatly harm your children to do this. They will become weak, useless people utterly lost in the world and entirely incapable of handling adversity. Once you teach the the power of the word no and let them have that power over you as a guardian, you’re pretty much done.
Good luck ever teaching them discipline or responsibility.
@I Are Lebo, I just think if a child learns what is inappropriate they can tell their parents if something happens. Parents and close family members have abused children for years before anyone found out.
@CrazyRightWinger, this is absolutely true, but in 99.9% of situations, a child does not have the frame of reference to know what is appropriate and what is not. My generation (millennials) contains some of the weakest human beings I have ever heard of, and I think that it is the fault of the generation that raised the baby boomers (can’t recall the actual title).
They took the trauma of surviving WW2 out on their children, who grew up to be overbearing helicopter parents, which resulted in their children never facing any real adversity.
Children being molested is one thing. Children telling their parents to “fück off” and getting no punishment for it is another.
People lie and children are no different. If you give power to children, they will screw up their lives because they don’t know better.
-looks my cat dead in the eye- I need to scoop this poop out....i-i-if that's ok I mean...
What a maroon.
I understand the meaning behind this. But she presented it in a really dumb way.
Adult: "Can I change your diaper?"
Adult: "So is that a yes or a no......?"
Adult: "Yeah, that doesn't clear anything up."
"Pretty soon these SJWs are gonna work towards normalizing pedophilia"
"That's just a slippery slope argument"
"Right, so I'm a bit late for a work meeting , kid.
Am I getting an answer or not?"