When did Dad become so feminine?


Dads do more for and with their children than the dads did back in the day. You see dads at recitals, games, selling Girl Scout cookies. Dads are there and that is a good thing, but being a good dad does not mean turning in your masculine card. This commercial dad is shown with his nails polished in bright hues. Some would say what a cool dad, he is so secure in himself, but why didn’t he just tell the girls to put on clear polish? Dads have their role in their children’s lives, but what does this commercial actually celebrate? Share your thoughts.

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Comments

  • understandingdee  On February 4, 2015 at 8:25 pm

    wow.. it going on more and more.

  • patricknelson750  On February 5, 2015 at 5:18 am

    Maybe it celebrates parent’s being trained by TV commercials to bring their kids up as perfect little consumerists who will beg and bully them to buy all the latest products.

  • Bill  On February 5, 2015 at 8:11 pm

    This is the result of the process of the feminization of boys which commenced during the 1980’s. The left thought it was a great idea to pretend that there are really no genetic differences between girls and boys and therefore boys were taught that by adopting more feminine sensibilities they would be better acculturated.

  • patricknelson750  On February 6, 2015 at 10:44 pm

    This is also very true.

    Fetch me a time machine.

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