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[–]6Invalidity 114 points115 points  (29 children)

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Society indoctrinates this mindset into children. It's not just prevalent in books, but it is heavily incorporated into mainstream media.

The best thing you can do for your child is to remove the veil covering his eyes.

[–]generic_name 28 points29 points  (2 children)

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It's kind of interesting though, because a book is something you read to the child (at least early on). So a parent can ask the kid what they think about it and offer their own thoughts on the behavior of the characters in the book.

Another book that comes to mind is "The Giving Tree." The book offers up two completely different messages depending on how you look at it. One is the story of the tree, who gives a young boy unconditional love and asks for nothing in return. The other is the story of a very greedy young boy that takes everything from the tree without regard. Even at a young age you can ask a kid what they think about it, and they will have some kind of response. It's a good way to talk about fairness and sacrifice, and gauge how a kid feels about it.

[–]webdevtool 12 points13 points  (1 child)

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I can't read The Giving Tree from the unconditional love perspective. Sure, it's there, but is far overshadowed by the selfishness and greed of the boy/man.

[–]vicious_armbar 2 points3 points  (0 children)

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This is how I always viewed the book. Even as a kid, it was a sad story about a greedy uncaring person.

[–]Humankeg 41 points42 points  (0 children)

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Everybody Loves Raymond: an emotionally, physically, and verbally abusive woman that uses intimacy as a weapon and a tool, is touted as a great and wholesome family show.

[–]Entrefut 14 points15 points  (0 children)

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Or we can write our own line of story books for redpill boys

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    [–]thibit 9 points10 points  (0 children)

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    I can't watch many movies, shows, or even adverts of any type these days without becoming infuriated by the misandry.

    [–]reddiforlove 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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    Frozen was actually spot on in its depiction of the modern sexual marketplace.

    Women either view men as either the attractive DT guy who they would kill to spread their legs for even if he had the personality of Hitler (which would be an improvement for many of the guys on the cock carousel), or the unattractive guy who they don't even view as worthy of being a sexual creature, regardless of what he does for them.

    [–]FancyHearingCake 1 point2 points  (5 children)

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    In the same song, they call the girl a "fixer upper" too... And there's only one other guy in the movie, one guy being a dick doesn't speak for mankind.

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      [–]FancyHearingCake 2 points3 points  (3 children)

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      Yes. Yes they do. I mean unless they've never met another human male before who wasn't a dick.

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        [–]FancyHearingCake 0 points1 point  (1 child)

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        I don't have to have children of my own to understand that a child seeing a guy in a cartoon as a figurative representation of mankind is really really unlikely.
        Not all men are immaculate dude, there are plenty of male assholes. Surely you had a jerk in your early childhood. Did seeing that one guy make you think that all men are evil? If your child sees every man as a manipulative jerk, then man up and act like a fucking father and show them that that isn't true.

        [–][deleted] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

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        I would disagree with this. i dont remember the character's names, but I got the impression that it was the wandering, reindeer guy who knew his way around the forest swept in and took care of the "strong, independent woman" who marched off to find her sister without thinking about the consequences.

        The song i dont remember--maybe because i watched it in russian.

        [–]Endorsed ContributorpuaSenator 5 points6 points  (1 child)

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        Send them to all boys schools during their formative years.

        [–]punis1 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

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        Yeah so they never interact with girls until high school /s

        [–]sternje 101 points102 points  (3 children)

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        Plot twist: Egg is not Mr. Bird's.

        Guess we all saw that coming.

        [–]jerrytheman1998 29 points30 points  (0 children)

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        But Mr. Bird still has to love it and treat it as his own or Mrs. Bird will divorce him and fuck his shit up

        [–][deleted] 16 points17 points  (1 child)

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        Damn you Chad McTweeterCock!

        [–]Extract 8 points9 points  (0 children)

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        I'd usually downvote comments like this for adding nothing to the discussion, but I'm guilty, this gave me a chuckle.

        [–][deleted] 52 points53 points  (16 children)

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        FWIW, that's not a Dr. Seuss book. Dr. Seuss was not especially bluepill at all. The book you're talking about was written by someone else entirely.

        One thing I noticed very quickly when searching for children's books is the dearth of fathers in them. Virtually all modern children's books feature a child and a mother, but no father. There are some with just a father and a child. But there are almost none these days showing an intact family with both parents. Try to find one at your local bookstore and you'll see what I mean. Nada.

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          [–]dancingwithcats 11 points12 points  (0 children)

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          Yep. Measure twice, cut once.

          [–]benmarvin 11 points12 points  (0 children)

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          Well, you gotta cut it first to fit it into your sub compact car cause that's all you can afford since that bitch of a mother took your Ford F-250 in the divorce... Now, where were we? Oh yes, building a dog house.

          [–]Misteralcala 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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          The first step is to find a daddy, or have your branch-swinging mom find a temporary one for you. Sadly, this is the reality nowadays.

          [–]TILIHateCatPictures 12 points13 points  (3 children)

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          Correct, it's a different author. In fact, one of Dr. Seuss' books from my own childhood, Horton Hatches the Egg (written in 1940, incidentally) had a quite different message.

          [–]BluepillProfessor[S] 2 points3 points  (2 children)

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          Yes thanks for the correction. The book is written by P.D. Eastman and published by Random House, 1968. It has the Cat-in-the-hat in the corner and I assumed it was a Dr. Seuss book.

          [–]chakravanti93 5 points6 points  (0 children)

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          Yeah, Dr. Suess had genius depth and truth. You want Red Pill? Try Dr. Suess. Or Bill Pete.

          [–]honestthrowout 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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          should probably change it in your post

          [–]captainramen 4 points5 points  (2 children)

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          Source: http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1320398047l/160988.jpg

          Dr Seuss is dead, not sure what his endorsement is worth now...

          [–][deleted] 12 points13 points  (0 children)

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          Yeah, Random House publishing owns the Dr. Seuss brand and has published other authors under the brand. Books written by the real Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geisel) were actually pretty good books for kids.

          [–]deadcow5 8 points9 points  (0 children)

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          Oh, but despite the fact that in the actual story, mama bird bosses papa bird around, the cover shows him singing is lungs out on the top of the roof, while poor, oppressed mama bird sadly looks out of the window...

          [–]DiscreteOpinion 2 points3 points  (0 children)

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          Interesting, I'm glad you knew that... On the topic of Dr. Seuss not being very BP, I posted the following as a top level comment, but I'll repost it for the sake of discussion.

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          I'd be careful with calling anything by Theodore Geisell, aka Dr. Seuss, misandrist at face value.

          He was incredibly lucid about what he wrote and described himself as "subversive as hell." For example; Horton Hears a Who! was an allegory for the Hiroshima bombing and American postwar bombing of Japan.

          His first poem was pretty risque, and RP, considering he's someone known for writing children's books.

          Mrs. Van Bleck
          Of the Newport Van Blecks
          Is so goddamned rich
          She has gold-plated sex
          Whereas Miggles and Mitzie
          And Bitzie and Sue
          Have the commonplace thing
          And it just has to do.

          Recently, I saw an exhibition of his work at a gallery and there was an image from his wife's private collection of his personal work called "Boobie Trap." It was a black and white illustration in his classic style that had a busty naked woman sitting on a mouse-trap like device with a hammer hanging over the head of an unsuspected man whose she's caught the attention of.

          Point is - this book may actually have a subversive meaning, or a historically relevant meaning, that you are not picking up on. (Though now that we know it's not Seuss, we know he's not the one to blame anyway.)

          [–]1cover20 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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          Yes, Dr. Seuss wrote some great stuff like the "Sleep Book" which is truly some of the best literature I know, and "I had Trouble in getting to Solla Sollew" which contains this gem (from memory, but I am sure it's right)

          "This is called teamwork. I furnish the brains You furnish the muscle, the aches and the pains ..."

          Nowadays they have Dr. Seuss imitators that pretend to be the same, but don't have half his cleverness nor honesty.

          [–]buddypapas 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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          This brings to mind The Road by McCarthy. Though it's not a children's book, it is a man raising a child in a world with anarchy and chaos, and living just on the bare means of survival. The entire time, it's the father trying to get his kid to man up without breaking him. Great read.

          [–]nourathrowway 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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          This. Best nest is by Eastman, a shitty Suess wannabe who crapped out terrible books for Suess' publisher, who tried to mislead readers into thinking they were Suess books. Sad the extent to which it clearly worked. ( I also have several shitty P.D. Eastman books for the same reason )

          [–]GiveMeABreak25 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

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          And why do you think that is?

          [–]1kick6 54 points55 points  (4 children)

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          Why can a 7 year old see things so clearly when our society and so many adult men (and women) are completely blind?

          Because he's missing about 20 years of having this shit beat into his head.

          [–]Endorsed ContributorRedBigMan 18 points19 points  (2 children)

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          With a red pill father I doubt he'll end up with that shit beaten into his head too solidly.

          [–]PoopSmearMoustache 7 points8 points  (0 children)

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          Unless there is a custody battle. Seeing your kids every other weekend doesn't give enough time to offset all the negative influence out there.

          [–]frazzleddd 6 points7 points  (0 children)

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          Indoctrination is quite powerful

          [–][deleted] 29 points30 points  (3 children)

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          For one, kids tend to be the most honest people. Along with the elderly. I think it's just a matter of having the ability to say things and not get heat for it. EVERYBODY can see the truth but they're either trying to shield themselves from it or are very tight lipped about it.

          [–]Cryocasm 17 points18 points  (1 child)

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          I think it's just a matter of having the ability to say things and not get heat for it.

          Society dwells in a veil of distrust and untruth out of love for reputation and societal success.

          There are few who admit the truth, and they are readily put down as "edgy shitheads" or "creepy weirdos". Sadly, speaking truth has become a sin, and so we live in a jaded society, one so jaded that it cannot even admit it.

          [–]Gold_Leaf_Initiative 17 points18 points  (0 children)

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          "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society"

          [–]Gold_Leaf_Initiative 7 points8 points  (0 children)

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          Truth is treason in the empire of lies

          [–]indarkcamo 18 points19 points  (0 children)

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          After reading this. I made sure to write my father to thank him for all the unknowingly RP values he had used in my upbringing. I told him i loved him and understood his methods and lessons blah blah blah feels feels feels. Thanks for reminding me of him.

          [–]generic_name 15 points16 points  (1 child)

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          Holy shit I hate "The Best Nest". I was reading it the other day and I asked my 3yo son what he thought of Mrs. Bird. "She's not very nice" was his reply. My wife laughs when I read it because I like to add commentary to the two bird's decisions. In particular after the bell is rung and Mrs. Bird flees she just gets out of town and doesn't let Mr. Bird know where she's going. How f'd up is that? Letting him fly around in a rain storm thinking she got eaten by a cat. Way to just leave the guy hanging, flying around looking into all of these dangerous things while you're just hanging out in the old house you supposedly hated.

          [–]Gold_Leaf_Initiative 18 points19 points  (0 children)

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          Yeah Mrs. Bird is a pretty huge bitch. Her shallow, vapid consumerism almost got her entire family killed.

          [–]Fred_Flintstone 14 points15 points  (9 children)

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          Did you train him to think this way, or is it naturally occurring to him? A bit of both I guess?

          What do you think the odds are that Mr. Bird got Cuckolded?

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            [–]BluepillProfessor[S] 12 points13 points  (0 children)

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            He has definitely heard me talk about male headship and leadership of the family but most of it is instinctive in children. We have just trained out the instincts with bullcrap like this book.

            They must have thought about Mr. Bird getting cuckolded for the book because they made sure to make the baby bird look just like him, right down to the eggshell matching the dad's hat. Good eye!

            [–]Entrefut 7 points8 points  (2 children)

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            "The best Nest 2: No more Mr. nice bird"

            [–]BluepillProfessor[S] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

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            OMG I love it! Subtitle it: Mr. Bird unplugs.

            [–]VegasHostTre 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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            The Best Nest 3: Flippin the Bird

            [–]SkaTSee 6 points7 points  (0 children)

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            It's a P.D. Eastman book, not Dr. Sues

            [–]Screenp2 7 points8 points  (7 children)

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            Everything by him runs along those lines.

            I stopped reading them to my kids last year when I realized the same thing.

            [–]TehFuggernaut 20 points21 points  (1 child)

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            Honestly, the narrative of a father reading it to his son makes for a great to read this to a young boy.

            It shows the nature of Mrs. Birds the world over, while showing a Mr. Bird how he SHOULDN'T act.

            [–]87GNX 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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            I think this book is actually written to be subversive RP.

            Consider, it was published in 1968, and consider that even the most stereotypical 50's housewive wouldn't read her kid a book that portrays women in a bad light. So of course we're not gonna see the guy standing up to his wife and #winning.

            But note what we do see:

            ---Female discontent is the root of unhappiness (what Dave Sim would call the female void). ---When a woman is making a stupid, feels based decision, any attempts to placate her will just be rebuffed. ---Once she gets her ass kicked the woman will try to front like she always meant to make a good decision.

            A meek dad will read this to his meek son and his son will internalize that women do crazy shit.

            A RP dad will read this to his RP son and use it as a teachable moment the way you just did.

            So yeah, I'm gonna go with intentionally subversive on the part of the author.

            [–]colovick 3 points4 points  (4 children)

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            Yeah, I heard Savage preaching on the radio about Dr. Seuss indoctrinating kids and thought he was being crazy, but a lot of his stuff is very heavy handed political views like that... It's actually as crazy as it sounds

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              [–]colovick 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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              His beliefs don't fully fall with one party, but he very clearly was pushing his beliefs.

              [–]6footdeeponice 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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              He had a lot of strong beliefs, but they were his own.

              [–]RU_Crazy 4 points5 points  (0 children)

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              I love the Q&A format you employed here.

              [–]DrakeSaint 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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              The kid already shows better mentality than 90% of Reddit regarding male/female interactions.

              [–]SweetiePieJonas 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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              I just wanted to note that this book is by P.D. Eastman, not Dr. Seuss. He's the same guy that did "Are You My Mother?", another book that is often mistakenly attributed to Seuss. Your confusion is understandable though, Eastman was Seuss's protégé and published his books under the same Beginner Books imprint as Seuss.

              [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

              The earlier a boy is exposed to TRP, the better. Societal indoctrination throughout school-systems (mostly female teachers in elementary schools and high-schools (in some places)) results in a 'fantasy' mindset, of me and my girl against the world.

              I was able to easily swallow TRP, because I stumbled into the mano-sphere when I was 14. Had I done it later, it would've been a lot harder, as I was already starting to think about working hard to acquire a 'high-level' female (a doctor/lawyer), being completely oblivious to hypergamy.

              [–]DiscreteOpinion 4 points5 points  (0 children)

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              I'd be careful with calling anything by Theodore Geisell, aka Dr. Seuss, misandrist at face value.

              He was incredibly lucid about what he wrote and described himself as "subversive as hell." For example; Horton Hears a Who! was an allegory for the Hiroshima bombing and American postwar bombing of Japan.

              His first poem was pretty risque, and RP, considering he's someone known for writing children's books.

              Mrs. Van Bleck
              Of the Newport Van Blecks
              Is so goddamned rich
              She has gold-plated sex
              Whereas Miggles and Mitzie
              And Bitzie and Sue
              Have the commonplace thing
              And it just has to do.

              Recently, I saw an exhibition of his work at a gallery and there was an image from his wife's private collection of his personal work called "Boobie Trap." It was a black and white illustration in his classic style that had a busty naked woman sitting on a mouse-trap like device with a hammer hanging over the head of an unsuspected man whose she's caught the attention of.

              Point is - this book may actually have a subversive meaning, or a historically relevant meaning, that you are not picking up on.

              [–]TheLemming 3 points4 points  (0 children)

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              The story is blatantly a warning, not feminist indoctrination.

              [–]TurgidMeatWand 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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              I'm interpreting this story to mean that Mrs. bird makes dumb decisions and should appreciate what she has. Also it's a cautionary tale of what will happen if you marry a bossy woman. You will waste a lot of time and resources

              [–]GiveMeABreak25 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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              I'm sorry but this is the most ridiculous thread I think I have ever seen on TRP. OP needs to settle down.

              [–]Peter044 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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              Yeah this stuff is everywhere, so widespread and so deeply ingrained in our lives that its often hard to see. Like the author though, if you have a son ... man up and explain why this is bullshit and start doing your bit.

              Tell our young men about the truth of the story of Mrs Bird and Mr (Beta) Bird. Mr Bird is a fucking disgrace, and Dr Suess must have been totally blue pill or a homo or something.

              Lets stop accepting this shit and start calling it out, and not fearing the inevitable self righteous outrage that will come from so many women. Grow some balls lads, and dont act like old Mr Bird.

              [–]bringer_of_fight 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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              I always knew dr seuss was bad news.

              [–]cascadecombo 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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              Do you really think that is the case? If anything it's showing kids through example not to give into the every whim and desire of a woman. Look what it did to the male bird. He tried to please her and nothing came of it. This book is showing kids from an early age that if you do everything they want, which often times has no consideration beforehand it can only lead a man to ruin.

              But no, lets look at it your way, where it is showing kids that they want to be unhappy in life, because of course the book portrayed it in such a lovely manner.

              [–]Ghostpastries 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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              This was one of my favorite childhood books. It's strange looking back at it and seeing the subliminal indoctrination that it was trying to teach.

              [–]Jooceyjooce 0 points1 point  (1 child)

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              How do you read a book and not know the author?

              [–]BluepillProfessor[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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              You pick it up, turn to the first page and start reading. I actually did not know Dr. Suess was a real person and thought it was a trademark with multiple authors.

              [–]Delzak 0 points1 point  (2 children)

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              When you asked your kid "Does the mama bird order the daddy bird around like that?" and he responded "Yah, usually, but that is not how it is supposed to be." I think it really shows that you're spoon feeding your beliefs to your kids. This might not seem like an issue and it very well might not be, but this is exactly what we, the RedPill community, often complain that society at large does to children.

              Through media aimed at kids they ingrain their ideas into kids and we seem to have a consensus that it's a pretty bad thing, but what you're doing is only different in that it is teaching different ideals. The fact that you've drilled it into your kids head these ideals that when you asked a question directly mentioning the birds by name, he knew that you meant gender dynamics in general. This also shows that you're actively trying to drill these ideas into his head.

              Then when you asked "Does Mrs. Bird get to decide where they live?" and he responds "Well, they should talk about it but Mr. Bird should decide. WHY IS HE LETTING HER BE STUPID?" it shows that you've taught your son that men are the end all be all for authority. Now I get that in most normal healthy households the man is the general authority, but teaching that there is no lee-way is a little extreme.

              The issue I have is that you're teaching extremist RP as if it's a fact and not just a viewpoint of how the world works, and you're teaching it as seven, when boys and girls are more similar than they will be for the rest of their lives. As a matter of fact I think that, assuming this is a real thing that happened, you're not teaching him very well because instead of teaching him how to make informed decisions and think critically, you're teaching him adult gender dynamics.

              In all honesty though I think this is a total fabrication. You're reading a book to your kid and he just happens to answer every answer "correctly"? I get that this might have happened, but the way you've written it, you read like 2 pages and when he gives the correct information the second time you stop reading and "nodded, laughed and hugged him tightly" then in like another two pages you "choked back and tear and had to stop reading for a minute."? What was your kid doing while you were just sitting there choking back your tear? Just looking at you funny? At the end you even call it a story.

              I looked through your post history to see if there were any huge flags that it's false and to your credit there weren't, but your other son sounds equally unlikely. In another one of your posts you describe another of your children as a sixteen year old, alpha-as-fuck, full bearded, Cessna pilot, who has an IQ of 130 and is a successful defensive lineman going to states regularly. I think either you've constructed this profile as a fantasy identity for whatever reason, or you really do have a wife and kids, but exaggerate like a motherfucker,

              [–]Scoundrel_ 1 point2 points  (0 children)

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              Indoctrination of any kind is a bad thing.

              It's one thing for a seven year-old to say in response: "Mrs. Bird shouldn't talk to her husband that way. She isn't very nice." Or maybe: "Why does Mr. Bird put up with her treating him that way?" But when a seven-year old talks about the male in a relationship leading, and indicates that a man should be the primary decision-maker, it really does sound like he's espousing Red Pill concepts — which frankly are too advanced for a child of that age to understand, let alone "know" instinctively.

              I appreciate the OP for bringing this book to my attention. I'd never heard of it before, and I watched the YouTube animation of it. It truly is awful. The book really does refer to the nest that Mr. & Mrs. Bird build together as "Mrs. Bird's house." As soon as I heard that, I knew that P.D. Eastman (the book's author, not Dr. Seuss) had to be one henpecked dude himself.

              [–]BluepillProfessor[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

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              Good guess but I only exaggerate enough to hide my identity.

              In fact I have not even revealed all of my credentials and degrees or the subject of my PhD or my teaching background because it is a rare enough combination a doxer could find me with the other stuff I have revealed.

              My teenager is (almost) exactly as I have described- a full bearded IDGAF Alpha- but you got me on his IQ. That number is actually what HE thinks his IQ is but it is actually more in the 115-120 range according to Wechsler. Like most teenagers he is not as smart as he thinks he is. Also, he is only a student pilot and can't fly passengers (without his instructor aboard) until he get's his sport's license at 18. It only cost about $6000 for the required 17 hours of flight instruction and about 40 hours of (online) ground school so why do people find this so amazing? It's pretty cool but not that amazing, really. Getting a threesome at his age would be amazing. Convincing my wife to overcome her gag reflex and swallow would be amazing. Being a pilot is just a matter of work over the summer studying instruments, preflight checklists, and runoff checklists and is no more difficult than a college class.

              The younger son actually did not answer all the questions correctly- he said to the first question that 'usually the mommy leads the dad' and I hate to think that is what he is seeing in our house but I am sure it is. As I have expressed before his mom is a take-charge, ball busting business lawyer executive by day and (usually) loving wife and mom by night.

              Finally, I don't think RP is a theory, I think it is absolute TRUTH. "Extremist RP" is MGTOW or all those guys in the hate-women brigade NOT teaching your child about male leadership and Christian submission in marriage.

              [–]MajorStyles 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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              This shit is ALL OVER THE PLACE. Disgusting.

              [–]Endorsed Contributorleftajar -1 points0 points  (1 child)

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              Dr Suess is beta...? NOOOOOOOO.... My childhood.... Is nothing sacred?!

              [–]Kvantemekanik -4 points-3 points  (3 children)

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              It seems like you are teaching your son to resent women.

              [–]BluepillProfessor[S] 1 point2 points  (2 children)

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              Nope, just pushy, arrogant, unreasonable, hypergamous women who don't respect their husband. Staying married is by far the best insurance against your accusation.

              [–]QbertCurses -1 points0 points  (1 child)

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              In other-words any woman, especially a wife, who has a different opinion from the man/husband even when he 'might' be wrong.

              [–]BluepillProfessor[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

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              You do not understand Red Pill or Christian submission in marriage. A husband should love his wife and should always get his wife's opinion and input and decide the issues in her and the kids best interests. My wife almost always gets her way but it is only when she is able to relax and follow my lead that the juices turn on. That is the ultimate RP truth.

              A wife can make her needs and opinions known without resorting to nagging, really! She can also graciously accept her husband as the leader in the marriage and try to support him rather than undermine him. Try it sometime, you might like it.

              [–]RedPillington -1 points0 points  (0 children)

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              i actually think that's a pretty solid lesson for children (EDIT: obviously haven't seen the visual presentation of it, so i could be missing something). read fairy tales and see how this wisdom is passed on to kids. the content of the story is not the lesson taught.

              kudos to your kid, though.

              EDIT: and as pointed out not dr. seuss

              [–]bam2_89 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

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              They can indoctrinate all they want and will still make zero progress against what is ingrained into us by nature.

              [–]huoyuanjiaa -1 points0 points  (0 children)

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              You're asking leading questions. By the time my child turns 7 it will understand the world enough to not be negatively influenced by a Dr Seuss book.

              [–]26ounce -1 points0 points  (0 children)

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              A lot of the older books offer a more RP friendly story.

              Google "The fisherman and his wife" by Brothers Grimm. Read your son that book as a compare and contrast. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fisherman_and_His_Wife

              [–]ComradePsycho -1 points0 points  (0 children)

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              Boys aren't stupid, they just don't give a shit most of the time. He's not blinded by his hormones so he doesn't much care for girls yet and will readily call them out on their bullshit. And he's damn lucky to have the father around.