The silly, stupid, shallow c*nt of a mother in this story who is trying to ruin her teenage daughter’s life by better living through feminist nonsense deserves all the disapproval that society can muster.
Jenn Oxborrow is a community organizer, social justice warrior type.
Instead of welcoming the Utah school system’s efforts to teach teens how to behave responsibly and with dignity on dates, monster mommy is screaming “SEXIST PIGS!”
How horrible to assume that youngster might have an interest in being kind and considerate on a date. And even worse, how horrible of the teacher in this case who assumed that girls only date boys when we know we want them f**king other girls. It’s the New World Order way, you see.
A Utah high school homework assignment directing students to “go on a date” and telling girls to be “feminine and lady-like” and not to “waste” a boy’s money has caused an uproar over what some said was an example of misogynistic lessons common in the state.
The handouts from Highland high school in Salt Lake City, copies of which spread on Facebook this week, outlined guidelines for a “$5 Date” and provided separate instructions for boys and girls.
The lesson, which came from a Utah teachers’ database of assignments and has since been removed, told girls, “Don’t keep checking in the mirror combing hair,” “Don’t fish for compliments,” “Don’t criticize his driving” and “If you think you’re too fat etc, keep it to yourself.”
Jenn Oxborrow, the mother who posted the handout on Facebook, said in an interview that her 16-year-old daughter’s “financial literacy and adult roles” course has repeatedly promoted gender stereotypes and sexist material.
“I was horrified. It wasn’t the first time that we had seen content that was gender biased in this class. But this was over the top,” she said. “As a teacher, you have a responsibility to be inclusive and to think very carefully about the message you’re sharing.”
Her daughter, Lucy Mulligan, a junior and honors student, said she was immediately surprised by the language of the assignment and the fact that it offered different directions for girls and boys.
“I just thought it was so bizarre,” she said. “The girls’ assignment was essentially based around how to please boys.”
It wasn’t the first time that we had seen content that was gender biased in this class. But this was over the top
The handouts said they were offering girls suggestions “from the guys” and visa versa and told boys to “make plans for the date”, pick up the girl and pay for the meal.
The boys’ worksheet further said, “At a restaurant, say what you’re going to order so she will have a guide in ordering”, “Girls like flowers and little gifts”, “chew with your mouth closed”, “no gross noises” and “Don’t comment or be concerned with how much she is or isn’t eating”.
Highland’s principal Chris Jenson did not respond to a request for comment but told the Salt Lake Tribune that the teacher did not write the lesson and that students could spend time with a friend to complete the assignment.
Jenson declined to identify the teacher but said, “She wanted it to be a light-hearted lesson in social norms.”
Mulligan said it seemed the students had no choice but to go on a date, noting that the worksheet requires a “date’s signature”.
She said she was particularly concerned that LGBT students would feel excluded or hurt by the message of the worksheets, which assume that girls only date boys.
Mommy dearest, whose last name doesn’t match that of her daughter, should be charged with child abuse. Sadly, her daughter is going to end up a lesbian single mother with a “wife” for a while and a big drug habit as she realizes how f*cked up mommy made her.
Either that or the girl will end up doing interracial anal porn.
Meanwhile, nice guys finish …