On my last post, we met a gaggle of high school girls at a rural McDonalds. One of their common views was that the force of the state should enforce their desires (or non-desires). But there is more. I am not sure if these girls are suitable poster children for high school girls today, but here goes.
First of all, they were fat. When I was in high school, almost nobody, guy or gal, was fat. For a girl to be fat was akin to a death sentence. So few girls were. They also had dirty mouths, with swear words every two or three sentences. And they were apparently addicted to drama. Drama on steroids. They went on and on about their friends and enemies and Facebook and Snapchat and who wouldn’t be their friend because somebody else was their friend and so on. Of course, girls from time immemorial have been prone to these problems; but in my older sisters time, measures were taken to suppress them at least a small amount. Apparently there is no longer any attempt at suppression; in fact they are provided the tools to put it all into overdrive.
This leads to the question, will these girls ever in their lifetime be suitable for marriage. Will they ever provide a man with anything of value more than sex? Will they be suitable mothers to raise their family? Or will these years have ruined them forever?