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thinking teaching your kids biology isn't a thing is "smart" lmfaoooooo

I don't fully get the whole Peterson/lobster meme (I may have posted something about it earlier), but "humans are just like slugs" isn't exactly a way to dunk on it either lol.

I feel like I'm always defending Jordan Peterson here but the lobster analogy isn't really that bad. like at least you can relate to the idea... happy lobsters are somewhere in the middle of the social hierarchy. it's not good to be at the top or the bottom, it's good to be in the Middle where most people are.

I don't get the slug thing at all. pretty sure there are male slugs and female slugs. also pretty sure the terms boy and girl really only refer to human younglings?

for whatever it's worth I had a 6 year old tell me last week that slugs have tongues and she knows because one licked her and it felt like a cat tongue.

[–] FlorenceBlue Lvl5 Laser Lotus 10 points

Slugs are hermaphrodites. Your groomer ECE is not. Your kid is not smart, but with a parent like that, she never had a chance.

And then everyone clapped, JKR was dragged to the gates of hell by a demon and the slug turned into a beautiful drag queen who gave the toddler a ton of gold.

I dont think toddlers remember this shit.

How is that being "smart"? You're doing your child a disservice by not allowing them the basic knowledge of males and female, all for a fantasy that someone lives. The ECE that cares for her is ether a man or woman, not an unknowable, magical entity.

I stopped laughing at these people a while ago. Specifically when it concerns kids. This is blatant and so, so stupid. That poor, confused kid.

Making your 3yo brainwashed by you to think sex isn't a part of material reality. Hope this kid can unlearn the child abuse later in life. 🙏

Non-binary ECE is going to be furious when this 3yo tells her she's a slug.

Her kids are probably obsessed with asking who’s a boy or girl, because she’s made it a confusing game for them.

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Floyd, @ liveactionfloyd

My kids are obsessed with knowing whether every person/animal they meet is a girl or a boy. 3yo asked about a slug & I told her that slugs aren't girls or boys, to which she responded "Oh, just like [name of non-binary ECE who cares for her]!"

Making my 3yo smarter than all GCs 🥳