Does Drake respect women? But, with a closer look at both his hits and lesser-known songs a dark pattern is revealed. But alas, things will get more general- and straight up scary.
Although I did not mention this point in my article, I could not agree more! Inside my home there are many ways I would like to empower my boys to develop true respect for women and uphold the equality of the sexes, ten of which I will share today.
I hope these points will bring my sons fulfillment and joy in their relationships, as well as help them in their workplaces and in the community.
To teach my children to respect and value all people regardless of if they are a male or female, or different in any other way, is one of my greatest hopes as a parent.
I realize not all moms stay at home and that is a perfectly wonderful decision. But for the sake of brevity it is hard to include all situations in one article!
I have not included as many examples about this. Here are 10 lessons for my sons to learn to respect women: I want my boys to know that earning the money is just one part of contributing to the household.
The person who makes money is no more important than the one who does other jobs, such as cleaning, organizing and caring for others.
Secretaries do important work that allow their bosses to succeed, and janitors allow everyone to work in a clean environment. I want them to appreciate every contribution, no matter how highly valued it is in the eyes of society. Of course women are also in positions of power in the workforce — and they should be rightfully valued for this work, also!
I believe gratitude can make and break relationships. Specifically, when they are at home, I want my boys to appreciate the cooking and cleaning, as well as having a place to live and being raised in a loving home.
Taking care of the food in a household or in a dorm and keeping it livable deserves deep respect and gratitude — just as much as being given money for music lessons or opportunities to go places. Being thankful can show up in their voices, in their faces, in what they say, and what they do.
You have to learn how to clean — experiment and see what works, learn all the tricks and tools, find a routine that works, and actually do the work. It takes time, energy, selflessness, and should not be overlooked.
I want my boys to appreciate a clean place by thanking and respecting the person who cleaned for them and offering to help whenever they can … and also truly valuing the real work that it took to have that clean place.
And likewise getting food on the table takes a lot of real work. These are not the rules I want my boys to live by. I want by sons to know that every single person — parent, child, grandparent, or baby — deserves respect and love, and should never ever be overlooked or, worse, abused — even if you are more powerful.
Actually, if you are more powerful or more strong, you have the responsibility to protect those who are weaker than you.
Our words have great power. And we also have a choice to use them or not. I want my boys to learn the power of their words, and also learn about the healing they can foster by using them in the right way, at the right time.
I want them to learn the power of listening — which is the partner to talking in communication.Respect other humans, respect women, respect Black women!!!
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First, we don't generally advocate breaking wooden coat hangers across a child's bottom, but it is critical that as fathers we find effective ways to help our sons learn to respect women.
In so many ways, it is an uphill battle. So much of popular music, especially in the rap world, is all about disrespecting women. You have such respect for women, you've got to speak more about it, because there's nobody that cares more for women than you.
My mother was one of . The valor and courage of our young women and men in the armed services are a shining example to all of the world, and we owe them and their families our deepest respect.
In particular, he has always treated women with decency and respect. That was true when he was in high school, and it has remained true to this day. The signers of this letter hold a broad range of political views. Many of us are not lawyers, but we know Brett Kavanaugh as a person.
And he has always been a .