I'm still being pelted by comments about this preschool potty issue (quick update if you need one: I blogged about my request to my daughter's preschool that she not be assisted in the bathroom stall by volunteer dads and cited a now-disputed statistic from the Abel and Harlow Child Molestation Prevention Study 2001, revised 2002, followed by an apology) therefore, I will reprint my latest comment on the issue as a post.
Please read, reread and repeat if you are thinking of harassing me further. Geez, last week some other blogger advocated the chopping off of penises whenever a women gets the urge and all the MRAs can do is support her right to free speech. Me? I've been crucified for two weeks and counting because I don't want men in the ladies' room.
To the psycho activists:
We are not talking about diaper changes, we are talking about potty-trained little girls in the women's restroom being helped with their buckles and undies. When did it become okay for men to enter the ladies' room?
At what point does my little girl become a little GIRL who deserves privacy in a gender-assigned bathroom - when you say so? Do I answer to you, on your name-calling high horse? The answer is no.
I do not answer to you or any of the other illogical bullies who put words in my mouth.
Please note as I have stated a hundred times with no one bothering to comprehend that the school policy may be amended to the "rule of threes". That is all the board is considering - the rule of multiple caregivers and/or other typical preschool protocol like the caregiver being visible from the class room. NO WHERE DOES THE POLICY ADDRESS GENDER. Never - not before, not now. That has been misconstrued by a hateful, libelous website which serves its own interest by LYING that I was successful in getting the school to remove all dads from bathroom duty. It never happened. It won't happen.
I personally reserve the right for my own daughter to attend the ladies room with other ladies as in the case in every public building in America. That is my choice and right as a parent to ensure she is treated like all other females in public, ensuring her dignity and privacy.
I apologized for unintentionally casting men in a negative light and that is more than you will ever, ever get out of another target of MRA abuse.
It's time to move on. It's getting old.
Despite my treatment throughout all of this I had actually kind of taken a shine to the greater points of the mens right's movement and had begun researching future blog topics to dispel some societal myths that work against human rights. But you know what? Screw it. You're on your own, MRM. There are plenty of causes in the world who don't have such assholes as activists.
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