Tuesday, April 18, 2017

In Other Crazy Todd Starnes Says You Should Give Up Dove

Todd Starnes creates a great deal of head scratching. How did someone that abjectly stupid end up with national prominence? It simply makes no sense at all. As if to assure us all that he really is as dimwitted as we presume, Starnes writes:
Dove has launched a campaign to celebrate what they call real moms "whose diverse parenting styles shatter stereotypes about motherhood and prove that there are no rules about how to be a parent today."

In other words, giving birth is not a requirement for being a mom.
No giving birth is not a requirement for motherhood and never has been.
"We are both his biological parents," a transgender parent named Shea said in the video. "You get people that are like, 'What do you mean you're the mom?'"

"We're like, 'Yep. We're both gonna be moms," Shea replied.

Dove seems to believe that biological men who identify as women are just as capable of being biological mothers as biological females are. This is what happens when you have a culture that is deconstructing gender.
How about deconstructing one his absurd phrases:

transgender biological men who identify as women”

See how easy that is? Just think of all the keystrokes you save. And, yes, transgender women are perfectly capable of being moms. With all of the supremely fucked up cisgender women with major personality disorders who crank out unwanted children, trans women seem heaven-sent to borrow a Starnes phrase.
The ad received kudos from the "Mombian" blog: "I love the campaign's overall theme of 'There's no right or wrong way to be a mom—only your way.'" As one of the other moms in the ad says, "Do what fits your family. And trust yourself." That's pretty much the best parenting advice I can imagine.

Well, how about it, moms? Is it true that there's no right way or wrong way to be a mom?
Starnes' constituency would praise the flavor of re-fried road kill if Starnes so much as hinted about the nutritional value. And incidentally, about the worst way I can think of to mother is to be an up-tight Christian who intentionally dumbs down their kids with young earth hypotheses, climate denial and a complete disregard for science when it comes to human sexuality. They have LGBT kids too only theirs are more neurotic.

And just what about any of this should create the desire to essentially boycott a product? Starnes probably has an iPhone. Apple is evil. It even has a homosexual CEO. Don't think for a moment that Starnes is running Linux or BSD on his computer. It's either Apple or evil Microsoft. Bunch of moronic hypocrites would be putting tin cans on string were they true to their so-called “values.”

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