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Starting boys off right
#31
My belief is that all children should get the benefit of experiencing both worlds. I would therefore introduce a grading system (think of it like a baby graduating from nappies into pants or a child graduating school).

All children would start in dresses. For those who were potty trained and/or were well behaved would get to wear knickers; the rest would have to remain in nappies. After a number of years of this, they would undertake an exam / observational practical proving that they could handle a dress: skills such as  skipping rope, free skipping, ensuring knickers remain hidden, hopscotch etc would be demonstrated to show that necessary skills had been learned.

Stage 2 would be the skirt stage so they would still be subject to female clothing but of a slightly more mature level. Demonstration would have to be made that a child could do and maintain a face full of makeup, wear high heels, do a french plait, maintain a smooth and modest hemline etc. The benefit of this is that it would give the males a sense of what females have to go through and would benefit them in future relationships. Essentially they would be learning how to be teen girls.

Masculinity provides a lot freedom and a lot of confidence which shouldn’t just be thrust upon anyone; if a male or indeed a tomboy wanted to be able to wear trousers they would have to learn gentleness and docility.

Penalties would then work counter to this either at legal or school rule level so a misdemeanour by a trouser graduate would lead to them being put back into skirts, heels and makeup for a time period; a skirt graduate put back into a dress for a time period and I would suggest any dress student have their toilet privileges removed and put back into nappies for a time period.

You wouldn’t let an infant wear underwear before they have mastered their nappy so why let children bound around in brogues before experiencing the humility of flouncing around in frocks?

Whilst the presence and frequency of tomboys is encouraging we do not want the negative ones giving a bad name to the productive ones so if they can’t handle the responsibility they too should be back to mincing in heels, flouncing in frocks or even wetting and messing nappies until such time as they have learned the appropriate skills.
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#32
(12-24-2019, 10:06 AM)RadicalFeminist Wrote:
(12-23-2019, 04:55 PM)Robin77 Wrote:
(12-16-2019, 10:48 AM)emborios Wrote: I agree boys need to be taught from an early age they are subservient to their female superiors and disciplined. Schools should be reformed for this purpose, to deal with all that toxic masculinity.

 A few FLS community schools already do that. 

 Grade school boys wear pleated skirts (sans panties), Mary Janes or pink 3" heels. Spankings, strappings, and canings help them become proper Sissies.  




FLS approved corporal punishment and abuse of Boys?? just because they are boys?? 
very odd. Blatant abuse of a human being because of their sex??

I was taught to serve women at a very young age, but with positive reinforcement and rewards.  This idea of beating and abusing boys is very mean and cruel.

"i wonder why moderators do condone the use of violence against young innocent boys who can't even defend themselves??
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this only lends itself to more violent behavior once the boy is old enough to understand he is being abused, or years in a mental institiution

Feminization should be accomplished in more humane terms,  girls were not beaten and abused like this at schools just because they were girls??

FLR???  things that make you go HUUUUUMM
Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided
 Girls attend to their bathroom functions.



sadly crying for the abused tortured boys

yours in service
Ronny

 High school boys are bottomless in strappies. Their genitals constantly monitored.

  

Love to hear more about these FLS schools. Do you have any more details about them or how to contact the women in charge?

RF
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#33
quite honestly I have never seen that anywhere teachers or adults say boys are better than girls...  never ever.  I have seen teachers say boys are better at strength related activities, but never paraded boys are better, because they are not... but mental and emotional abuse of boys has to stop..
just on the twisted whims of weak  bully moms,,, who should have their boys taken from them,..... forcing  normal boys to behave like girls and act feminine under duress of a beating is sinister and evil...
these are not Dogs we are fantasizing about, but boys who will grow up and realize the abuse they went through and get even in most cases...
I cry when I hear so called moms,  forcing and messing with the  innocent brains hearts and souls of normal boys and saying" I will turn him into a girl or transition him"" 


I am in favor or FLR  in most circumstances but this wanton abuse has no place in real FLR .. the ones I was in were loving and happy environments for the most part..
never  
humiliation or beating or embarassment.   not the way to raise children... where is DYFS when all this abuse is happening??

but I always forget  85 % of this interesting room  is fake fantasy  fodder... hey 3 F's all in a row... wow

I think it's time for some 
grilled habanero raspberry lamb chops roasted rosemary garlic parmesean red potatoes and lemon butter asparagus

yours in service
Ronny
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#34
This is why such methodology is better carried out at a society wide level. I believe that many of the activities and traits associated with masculinity are too dangerous and have too much negative impact on the society in which we live (wars, domestic violence, global warming) to simply allow half the population to engage in such activity. By following the model I previously suggested it would allow all individuals to go through the same process. Those boys and girls who ultimately proved themselves capable, would earn the right to wear trousers and carry out physical jobs whereas those (both males and females) who either didn’t have the commitment or disposition would be expected to continue wearing skirts, heels and makeup (or even prance around in dresses) and do jobs for which that attire was deemed suitable.

Moving away from my idea specifically though and thinking more generally, it really ought not to be taboo in our education system for males to learn skills traditionally expected from females. For instance there is a lot of pressure from males even now for women to wear makeup but if males in school had gone through a process of learning how to perfect their own makeup, appearance critique would likely be more realistic (and more equal) for both genders. In addition, boys who were genuinely gender curious (of which there are a great many) would feel more comfortable wearing female clothes and makeup (and less likely to be teased) if they had seen their own friends wearing such clothing. 

Females presently join their male counterparts playing football and do so while wearing shorts and football boots. But why not make all subjects representative of a dress code in this way. If wood tech was subjected to the same rules both boys and girls would find themselves in scrubs and (as a means of letting boys experience typical female clothing) English could be subject to a secretarial uniform so boys and girls could both find themselves wearing pencil skirts and heels.

In other words, this whole argument could be done away with if clothing was made functional rather than gender specific. It would soon be forgotten that skirts were for girls but rather it would be sensible wear for learning typing skills or studying English (just as it’s clearly been forgotten that much of what is feminine wear today was once exclusively worn by men).

I think it might be lamb for dinner today though; that sounds gorgeous.
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(08-15-2020, 06:24 AM)Girlygirl Wrote: This is why such methodology is better carried out at a society wide level. I believe that many of the activities and traits associated with masculinity are too dangerous and have too much negative impact on the society in which we live (wars, domestic violence, global warming) to simply allow half the population to engage in such activity. By following the model I previously suggested it would allow all individuals to go through the same process. Those boys and girls who ultimately proved themselves capable, would earn the right to wear trousers and carry out physical jobs whereas those (both males and females) who either didn’t have the commitment or disposition would be expected to continue wearing skirts, heels and makeup (or even prance around in dresses) and do jobs for which that attire was deemed suitable.

Moving away from my idea specifically though and thinking more generally, it really ought not to be taboo in our education system for males to learn skills traditionally expected from females. For instance there is a lot of pressure from males even now for women to wear makeup but if males in school had gone through a process of learning how to perfect their own makeup, appearance critique would likely be more realistic (and more equal) for both genders. In addition, boys who were genuinely gender curious (of which there are a great many) would feel more comfortable wearing female clothes and makeup (and less likely to be teased) if they had seen their own friends wearing such clothing. 

Females presently join their male counterparts playing football and do so while wearing shorts and football boots. But why not make all subjects representative of a dress code in this way. If wood tech was subjected to the same rules both boys and girls would find themselves in scrubs and (as a means of letting boys experience typical female clothing) English could be subject to a secretarial uniform so boys and girls could both find themselves wearing pencil skirts and heels.

In other words, this whole argument could be done away with if clothing was made functional rather than gender specific. It would soon be forgotten that skirts were for girls but rather it would be sensible wear for learning typing skills or studying English (just as it’s clearly been forgotten that much of what is feminine wear today was once exclusively worn by men).

I think it might be lamb for dinner today though; that sounds gorgeous.
I totally agree there with all Girlygirl’s points
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#36
I totally agree with all the girls on this, Mother’s should show both sides to boys and girls, boys from birth to age 10 should be exposed to all girly things and boy things as well lets say being fully indulged into girl heaven for a week then being a boy for a week and sit back and I bet Mothers will be pleasantly surprised.
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#37
Many a mom will come to find that she has a sweet dainty daughter, rather than a son.

They will be able to share wonderful, feminine experiences.
In petticoats and permed curls
Miss Kimmi
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(09-17-2021, 02:12 PM)Kimmi Wrote: Many a mom will come to find that she has a sweet dainty daughter, rather than a son.

They will be able to share wonderful, feminine experiences.

Oh yes so many Mother’s would find out they have a wonderful daughter hidden inside.


I’m so happy I had the girl gene that was dying to come out and with a wonderful Mother that could see that.
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