Is Your Daughter’s Teacher a Misogynist?

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First, when you use the word “daughter” to describe your offspring, you are assigning gender roles. Tread carefully.

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Talk to your daughter about the teacher. Explain concepts that she may be unfamiliar with, such as sexism and what an “asshole” is.

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Misogyny might just be an indicator of early onset dementia or late onset immaturity…

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Talk to the school’s principal. If the first thing he says is, “Hey! Calm down, sweet cheeks” expect progress to be slow and hard-won…

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Make sure that your daughter knows that she’s just a smart and capable as any man… except Batman, of course, because he’s just AWESOME.

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Ask that your daughter be put in a different classroom… but not the one with the kid that smokes and the girl with one eye.

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Remember that adversity makes us stronger and ultimately more successful. That’s why there were so many wealthy ex-slaves in the nineteenth century.

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Talk to the teacher on neutral ground about your fears. To be more persuasive, perhaps show a little cleavage.

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Relax! Your daughter is simply being prepared for career in the military.

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The misogynist teacher probably just has low self-esteem. When you see him, compliment him on his appearance or skill as a teacher. Then, when he turns his back, cut him… cut him up bad!

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10 thoughts on “Is Your Daughter’s Teacher a Misogynist?

      1. She’s hot in an Ally McBeal sort of a way. My favorite female superhero is Ripley from the Alien movies. Resourceful, almost super-human resolve… Without her, the movies would’ve been just a series of jump-scares…

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  1. I laughed out loud at the women and tools quip. And I loved my super hero girls – I like Ripley too, but Linda Hamilton in Terminator 2 was my “who I want to be when I grow up to kill aliens” mentor. “Talk to the school’s principal. If the first thing he says is, “Hey! Calm down, sweet cheeks” expect progress to be slow and hard-won…” made me laugh too 🙂

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    1. I remember Hamilton one-handedly racking that shotgun. It’s funny how the toughest women in movies are either mothers or acting as surrogate mothers. Actually, it isn’t surprising after you’ve been around mothers for a while…

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