Daughter’s Preference

I have noticed that daughters regularly receive much more support from their parents after age 18 than sons.  There have been too many instances of it to dismiss as an anomaly due to small statistical sample size.  If you disagree with this assessment, please explain your ideas in the comments below.

The question is: Why is this?  As with most social things, there are lots of possibilities, often simultaneously interacting.  For example,

I. Sons must make it on their own in the world, so throw them to the wolves.   Well, it is often not quite that bad.  What I have seen with the boys is that they go to a lesser university, have to work more hour to pay for it, etc.

II. Daughters are just these wonderful creatures, so of course we should send them to best universities and house them in the finest dorms.  Of course, the finest dorms are where they often get defiled (even more than they were).  Furthermore, according to the media, there is a rape epidemic on campus, so almost assuredly they will be raped within the four years.  It does seem odd that parents would want to send their awesome daughters to be defiled so.  Perhaps somebody can explain.

III.  Traditionally, daughters were always the responsibility of a man, either the father or handed off to the husband in marriage.  So, the parents maintaining the daughter’s existence has precedent. But one wonders if it has to be done in such grand style?

IV. The Mother likes to gather external resources, so she is pushing for the daughter to receive her share,  The Feminine Imperative at work.

V. Perhaps the parents realize that the studies degree that she is obtaining is going to be useless, so she might as well get something out of her time at the University, primarily a good time.

Please feel free to add your own ideas.

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91 comments on “Daughter’s Preference
  1. Ame says:

    this is interesting b/c we’re in that place with our three kids. my step son and oldest are both 20, and my youngest, aspie-girl, is 18.

    we’ve told all 3 the same thing – they are welcome to live with us and follow our rules – which are very flexible, and we’ll pay for food and stuff. or they can move out. but we don’t pay for college or cars or any of that stuff. they must work for it and earn it on their own.

    my step son has revolted against this some because he’s angry we haven’t set him up in an apartment, didn’t buy him his first car, aren’t paying for college – like he says his friends parents are doing for them. i think his mom has something to do with all that, too, but i stay out of it.

    my girls are both still living at home, and my oldest is taking online college classes and paying her own way. my youngest will not officially graduate from high school till next year.

    i really do not want my girls to move out anytime soon; i think they are much safer here, and rent is so outrageously expensive in our area that it’s a total waste of money. every time they research the cost of living somewhere else, they are very grateful for a place to live here.

    however – we’re probably not the best people to ask these questions to b/c i’m not one to follow the cultural rules very well, anyway 😉

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  2. earl says:

    I think the sons making their own way in the world is probably the main reason.

    The daughters however are strong and independent as long as the parents are paying their bills and fixing their messes.

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  3. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    i think it isn’t always as you suggest. the boys who used to be my sons, needed a lot more support, and well in to their 20s. but i blame that on their mother molly coddling them beyond anything reasonable.

    now the girl who used to be my daughter is completely different. she has been very independent from word go, and refuses help of almost any sort.

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  4. Eidolon says:

    I figured it was “the squeaky wheel gets the grease,” the daughters are well informed how amazing they are and how very much they deserve and thus demand more. Boys are used to doing things for themselves and wouldn’t ask for extravagances as much.

    On top of that, you have the fact that saying “no” to a boy feels good, like you’re teaching him to survive on his own, and saying “yes” to a girl feels good, like you’re caring for your delicate flower, while saying “no” to her feels mean and cruel (and may make her cry).

    [Released this from spam I did
    Subsequent comments come through directly they should]

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It was different in my house. My mother was a status chaser. While I and my brother went to a coed elementary school ten minutes away, my sister went to an all girls school a half hour away. That school let out an hour later and my brother and I were that last ones waiting to be picked up.
    The point is that it is not just doting fathers that are showing favor to daughters, it is mothers too.
    I think this principle goes hand in glove with the fact that eighty five percent of the homeless are men.

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  6. SFC Ton says:

    Historically I don’t think this is accurate. Also think it’s a disappearing trend as White folks have fewer children

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  7. Mega says:

    Historically (and still in some places today, like India) … a woman’s father would have to give an incentive to a man (dowry) to marry a woman … so she did not stay at home well into adulthood. Think that used to have bad connotations … crazy cat lady syndrome. Since women cannot be held accountable for anything today … staying at home till age 30 or having mom/day pay the bills is acceptable now … with no shame. And all women are entitled and will take any support available … mom, dad, government … man-rape … whatever they can do to get a free ride.

    What’s actually worse than women never leaving home … is the boys that do that. They never grow up and become men.

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  8. earl says:

    This is probably why feminists don’t get what submission is. They think it means subservient.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It would be nice if it only came down to definitions. That’s not it. Women want to be in the driver’s seat. We know that won’t work.

    Farm Boy,
    Girls are subsidized to a huge extent once away from home. I remember when cell phones were expensive. Minimum wage girls would yak on them all day. If a boy had one, it was short and to the point.


  10. Farm Boy says:

    my step son has revolted against this some because he’s angry we haven’t set him up in an apartment, didn’t buy him his first car, aren’t paying for college – like he says his friends parents are doing for them

    Not impressive on his part

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  11. earl says:

    Feminists think submitting to a husband makes a woman inferior or a doormat. It really doesn’t…it makes them cooperative in marriage.


  12. earl says:

    Yeah the root of a lot of entitlement in kids starts with how the parents raise them.

    Spoil the little brats young and they’ll expect it through life.


  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cooperation is too far, they want dominance, but in effect. They don’t want the responsibility of leadership.


  14. Farm Boy says:

    Historically I don’t think this is accurate.

    I think this is true. The world was hard, a guys needed every advantage to establish himself in it. Young women , on the other hand, just had to exist and be chaste


  15. Farm Boy says:

    Former Spokane Chapter NAACP President Rachel Dolezal is now facing legal trouble that could land her behind bars. KHQ has confirmed that Dolezal, who legally changed her name to Nkechi Diallo in 2016, is accused of 1st Degree Theft by Welfare Fraud, Perjury in the 2nd Degree, and False Verification for Public Assistance. Her potential punishment under RCW 74.08.331 could include up to 15 years in prison.


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  16. Farm Boy says:

    The upcoming first-person shooter’s first gameplay trailer makes it a priority focus put the point across that DICE has gone full SJW. The developer has made forced diversity one of the main promotional elements of the game, and repeatedly shoving in player’s faces that they’ve been listening heavily to the corrupt, anti-gaming media outlets who are intent on destroying the interactive entertainment medium.

    In the latest trailer for the game we see a multicultural squad of soldiers assaulting a house and being shot up by the enemy. One of the recurring themes in the trailer is to highlight a woman with a missing arm somehow fighting in the thick of battle. Yes, there’s a disabled woman fighting on the battlefield in World War II… and the verdict is still out on if she’s a lesbian, but given today’s politically distorted promotion of degeneracy and regressive policies, don’t be surprised if she’s a one-armed, disabled, lesbian.


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  17. Farm Boy says:

    Former media darling Elizabeth Holmes, who was hailed as the “next Steve Jobs” for advancing liberal narratives about women in STEM, reportedly was outright faking the efficacy of her “breakthrough” blood test all the way back in 2006.


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  18. Can someone give me an example of a man who did everything Holmes did, and didn’t spend a day in prison over it?


  19. Farm Boy says:

    Wednesday at the New York State Democratic Party’s convention in Long Island, former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton declared that Democrats “believe in facts.”


    Could have fooled me

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    George Washington University is refusing to grant an appeal to a student it found responsible for sexual assault, choosing to ignore the revelation that his accuser fabricated a key piece of evidence and likely mischaracterized her inebriation.


    Liked by 1 person

  21. Farm Boy says:

    “Weinstein did not invent the casting couch in Hollywood, to the extent that there is bad behavior in that industry… Bad behavior is not on trial in this case. It is only if you intentionally committed a criminal act, and Weinstein vigorously denies that,” the attorney told reporters.


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  22. earl says:

    ‘Can someone give me an example of a man who did everything Holmes did, and didn’t spend a day in prison over it?’

    Well a man who commits long term fraud usually has some intelligence…but when he gets caught, he gets the hammer.

    A woman does it…and people just rationalize it away because they either worship her or want teh sex. Although I am glad to see that false rape accusers are starting to have some consequence to their lying.

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  23. earl says:

    ‘Cooperation is too far, they want dominance, but in effect. ‘

    I get what you are saying…but that’s not the point I’m trying to make.

    Feminists trying to convince women that submission makes them inferior is a lie. I’ve seen more examples where feminists try to make women subserviant (to them mostly…because of their delusional dominatrix fantasy)…and that’s what makes them inferior.


  24. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    awww. how sad…



  25. Farm Boy says:

    News you can use

    Every now and then a new vagina beauty trend seems to crop up, from steaming your ladybits like Gwyneth Paltrow to detoxing it with herbs.

    But don’t be fooled by claims that you can rejuvenate your vagina or make it “tighter” thanks to a bizarre product.

    Here are five things gynaecologists say you should never put near your vagina – because they could have some very dangerous consequences.


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  26. earl says:

    ‘Here are five things gynaecologists say you should never put near your vagina – because they could have some very dangerous consequences.’

    I’m going to assume before even reading it that…a man’s penis who isn’t your husband’s didn’t make the list.

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  27. earl says:

    Bad feels that happens to a woman or anything that points out why bad feels happen to women is sexist.


  28. JDG says:

    Science is sexist? I said it a long time ago, reality is sexist and that’s okay.

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Women are more emotional than men. -> Anxiety is an emotion. -> Women are more likely to experience anxiety then men are. -> Anxiety is sexist!

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she would like to be CEO of Facebook.



  31. Farm Boy says:

    How bad is the movie? It’s this bad : Kathleen Kennedy actually dropped the “bombshell” news that she’d hired James Mangold to direct a stand-alone Soy Wars movie Boba Fett on the day that Soylo is premiered.

    Why would she drop that headline when Soylo is supposed to be the headline? Because she wants to change the headline, obviously. She knows Soylo is bad news and I think she knows for the first time her job is in peril. So she drops this bait to get the shills to squawk about the possibility that a Boba Fett movie coming out three years from now (allegedly) instead of the movie she just dropped in a plop.

    Here are some reviews:

    As I already mentioned, Emergency Awesome — a “geek culture” website you’d expect to be a soft, gentle reviewer for Soy Wars movie — can only say the film is “just fine,” and ranks it among Soy Wars movies lower than any movie except The Phantom Menace.

    Mr. Sunday Movies, who generally is a lay-up review for Soy Wars movies (he loves The Last Jedi, for example), calls it “unnecessary,” “paint by numbers,” and “just flat.” He ranks it, among Star Wars movies, only above the prequels, and he’s not sure it’s better than Revenge of the Sith, either.

    Beyond the Trailer says it’s just bad, and features a horribly annoying pure-Social Justice Warrior robot. Just what we needed! And even a female critic is put-off by Kathleen Kennedy’s insistence of loading every Soy Wars movies with 90 pound girls who are Super Bad-Ass and can Kick Every Grown Man’s ass but have absolutely no personality or memorability.


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  32. SFC Ton says:

    I saw some starwarsdorks all costumed up and not getting laid the other night. They were adult size creatures under them outfits. How in the fuck am I supposed to take a man serious when he plays make believe dress up?


  33. earl says:

    Soy Wars…The Phantom Toxic Masculinity.


  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    If you need to delete this, you have my full understanding.

    To UK law enforcement,
    This comment originated in the United States. We have a Constitution and a Bill of Rights and this is protected under the First Amendment. You can’t put a worldwide gag order on news of this import.


  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Parallel to this, Stephen F. Austin traveled to Mexico City to try and work out a compromise with the government. They put him in jail for eighteen months. The result of this was Texas’s War of Independence. Mexico jailed that last man in Texas who could negotiate. While there, Austin got sick and never fully recovered. It was the death of him years later. He died alone in a rented room.


  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    About Harvey Weinstein, I have it from only one source that the prosecution is going to go ahead on charges that are past the statute of limitations. How they expect to do this has not been explained.


  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More on Tommy Robinson. Runs seventeen m9nutes.

    [Runs 17 minutes no longer it does
    Wonder what the issue was I do]


  38. Farm Boy says:

    Here’s something to bear in mind over the next few years. Be wary of taking advice on social justice from someone whose wedding dress cost 200,000 quid. Marks & Spencer does one for £69, off the peg. Meghan could have donated the remaining £199,931 to Generating Genius, the charity set up by the brilliant educationalist Tony Sewell which tries, with huge success, to get inner-city black kids into our top universities by instilling in them a respect for academic excellence, hard work and discipline. Instead of encouraging them to languish in a state of victimhood, which is the white liberal approach

    If it was an Obama moment, mind, I assume we are now in for eight years of incompetence, ineffectuality and national decline, after which Harry will dump Meghan and marry someone very right-wing, with strange blonde hair and
    a penchant for injudicious tweets. ‘Do you, Ginger Harry, take this woman, Katie Hopkins, to be your lawful wedded wife?’ etc. That will be the anti-Obama moment


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  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think that Katie Hopkins might be a little old for Prince Harry. Maybe she as a niece or a cousin?


  40. Farm Boy says:

    A 2011 study shows something that conservatives have argued for decades: Abortion is “tied to a sharp decline in women’s mental health.” This completely undermines one of the left’s main talking points, which is that abortion hardly affects the mother’s health at all and thus it’s the lesser of two evils. Both women in the U.S. and Irish citizens, specifically as they vote on the referendum to repeal their 35-year-old abortion ban, would do well to remember this when advocating abortion solely for “women’s rights” as a woman’s choice.


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  41. Farm Boy says:

    The narrative is essentially a set of assumptions so pervasive that people are afraid to oppose them. They think they are alone in disagreeing with those assumptions and they fear they will be deemed immoral by the majority. For a long time, the left has controlled this narrative by dominating and censoring the means of communication: social media, the news networks, Hollywood and the academies.

    They use these instruments to make outlandish ideas seem mainstream. That America is racist and oppressive. That men and women are interchangeable. That abortion is something other than an atrocity. That capitalism is somehow an evil despite its manifest blessings. And so on.

    This technique is enormously powerful and has serious repercussions. Look at Starbucks behaving like a broken prisoner at a Stalinist show trial. The narrative convinced them that they behaved badly simply for behaving like a business. I


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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I don’t like Starbuck’s future if they are going to let the freeloaders take over their stores.

    I am reminded of Harry Truman. When he left the White House, all he had to live on was his WWI pension of a little over one hundred dollars a month. He did go to television. He made a series of programs in which he explained the big decisions he made as President.


  43. Farm Boy says:

    For centuries, Harvard was known for only providing the country’s highest-quality education. Those days are now over thanks to radical Leftism.

    Harvard University Extension School — the university’s arm that offers the equivalent of two-year degrees — is now offering a certificate in “social justice.”



  44. Farm Boy says:

    A North Carolina woman is facing charges after she forced a cable repairman to let her perform a sex act on him, police said.


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  45. Farm Boy says:

    So this one goes out to Jessica Valenti, who argued in The New York Times that progressives should protect feminism against “conservative appropriation.”

    She argues that you cannot be a feminist and support an immigration policy of taking children away from undocumented immigrant mothers. She says that you cannot be a feminist and support anti-abortion laws. So, now let’s break that down.

    Firstly, no one, and I do repeat, no one is trying to rip children from their mother’s arms. That’s a common leftist scare tactic that they peddle to accuse the Right of being racist, and it’s a lie. Supporters of legal immigration simply want to keep illegal aliens from flocking to the United States in unmanageable droves.

    And as far as women who oppose abortion, here’s a quick question – who says? Who says that you cannot be a feminist and support anti-abortion policy? Who says that feminists can’t oppose the murder of millions of infants including roughly 500,000 preborn girls every year that destroys families and leaves thousands of hurting, broken mothers? Who says feminists can’t fight against a practice that leaves women at staggeringly higher risk of mental health issues, substance abuse, PTSD, and suicide? And on that note, who says that left-wing feminists like Valenti are the sole arbiters of what is and isn’t feminism in the first place?


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  46. mgtowhorseman says:


    “Northern Coast Guard rescue station to be crewed almost entirely by Inuit post-secondary students” (the Only station in the North West Passage)


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  47. mgtowhorseman says:

    Liked by 2 people

  48. earl says:

    [Prison not nice for the fellas it is
    Apparently this matters not]

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  49. earl says:

    The humor is saved for this flag

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  50. mgtowhorseman says:

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  51. mgtowhorseman says:

    Ok, SOME women can go into the trades.


  52. Yoda says:

    WYFF News 4 Investigates has obtained new records in the case of the Clemson University student who said she was sexually assaulted.

    Sarah Campbell is now charged with a felony for filing a false report.


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  53. earl says:

    ‘Ok, SOME women can go into the trades.’

    She’s got better tools to construct a new human.

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  54. Yoda says:

    Good tools they are.
    Most appealing they would be

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    It looks like Rebel Media took it down. It is back up and it doesn’t look all that different. Still runs seventeen minutes.


  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A day later, I have been musing about Tommy Robinson. While our Glorious Patriarch likes to go on about the political class, at least they have to get voted in. So, they pay lip service and try to conceal their contempt. For the bureaucrats, they don’t even have to bother with that. Tommy Robinson is now a political prisoner of a rogue government. A government that shields judges who have the audacity to think they can impose a worldwide gag order on this. The internet is burning up.
    Normally, I would try to lighten this up by calling in the Lone Ranger and Tonto. This is beyond that.


  57. SFC Ton says:

    Given that dudes age and how prisons are full of the non White invaders he was speaking out about sending him to jail could very well be a death sentence


  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That point was taken up in both linked videos. It would amount to murder by default.


  59. SFC Ton says:

    Well I am glad folks are addressing that issue, hopefully he’ll have some strong young White men around him while he’s inside


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