When I was young, my Boomer parents raised me to put women on a pedestal, to not argue with them, to give them the benefit of the doubt, and turn the other cheek. They then took a totally laissez-faire attitude when it came to the relationships of their children. My oldest sister married an abuser. My older brother married an abuser and a drug addict. My youngest sister married a serial cheater. And I also learned the hard way about toxic and manipulative women.
Now that I’m a father and my kids are getting older, I am forced to think about what I will do in a few years when they get old enough to date. Obviously, I want to learn from my parents’ mistakes. I don’t want my children going off blind into the world with nothing but my thoughts and prayers to protect them from predators and abusers.
As insane as the world was when I was coming of age and dating, it has gotten 100x worse since then. These days you literally have to designate that your heterosexual preference does not include people who’ve had gender reassignment. These days you need written consent before having consensual sex. These days you can be fired or kicked out of school for refusing to date a trans-gender person.
As our society continues to spiral down the drain and everything becomes completely polarized, it is evident that we need to revisit the idea of arranged marriages. Now, I’m not talking about trading your daughter to a fat old man in exchange for political alliance. I’m talking about purposefully weeding out anyone who isn’t already homogeneous with your own morals and traditions. Finding a boy who has gone to church with your family for years, who your daughter already likes and whose family you know well. Something along those lines.
My own personal plan is to require any potential suitors for my daughters to go through an internship program. Before any boy can date one of my daughters, I want them to spend four consecutive weekends doing chores around my house. I want a 20-page paper on a topic of my choosing. And I want them to build something to present to my daughter. This will weed out the vast majority of problematic suitors because no one who just wants sex is going to bother. Only a boy who really likes them will go through the trouble.
And if by some miracle, some shithead actually wants to go through the program, I can always just say he didn’t pass. This program has the benefit of allowing my daughters to “date whoever they want” as long as they pass the program, which is completely up to me. The sons of the Men of the West will likely get an easy pass. The sons of some commie cuck down the street will be told to kick rocks.
Think about it like this: when we hire people to work for us, don’t we make them fill out an application? Don’t we give them a background check? Don’t we ask for references? Why? Because we want to maximize our chance of hiring a responsible person who will be a benefit to our business. So, if we take such care for a business, why would we ever just wish for the best when it comes to the lives of our children and future grandchildren? You remember what its like to be a teen. Every date has the potential of producing a child. Even your good little church kids have raging hormones that are difficult to resist. Why would you play roulette with their future that way?
The US as we know it is not long for this world. Our children and grandchildren will be the ones rebuilding our world. We owe it to them to give them the best chance for success at marriage and happiness. We owe it to our ancestors to ensure that our morals and traditions live on past us. Don’t gamble of any of this. Have a say in who your children date, and understand that dating is preparation for marriage.