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#569 - tyraxio (02/04/2014) [-]
He is gender neutral, and he is four. Maybe you can even say he is gender neutral because he is four, but you can't say that he is not gender neutral because he is four.
He has not yet been labelled as something particular in society, and he is given the chance by his parents to evolve his personality regardless of what society expects of him. Should we not be allowed to wear what we want? This kid has a chance at not being a labelling little asshole because he has been raised right.
#484 - anonymous (02/04/2014) [-]
I do agree with what you said. I believe kids should be *gently* pushed toward whatever gender identity is theirs by birth. Especially at such a young age, in order to give them a sense of just what it is they're doing. If, when they are old enough to understand these things, they identify by the opposite gender, then let them. Otherwise you're just setting them up for more hardship and ridicule in their young life, that they don't even understand. When they know what it is they'll be facing by identifying as the opposite gender, they will be better prepared.
#416 - coolcalx (02/04/2014) [-]
you are incorrect
#312 - anonymous (02/04/2014) [-]
Actually the psychology of a child understanding the differences between boys and girls is fascinating. Since it's really awkward to talk to your kids are vaginas and penises and what not, many get their definition of the difference between boys and girls by stereotypes and believe that their gender can be malleable. For example wearing a dress we turn you into a girl.
#308 - anonymous (02/04/2014) [-]
actually at 3 years old , children start to recognize their gender and create a schema based on it (these are also boys.boys typically do this etc etc) I mean it's not fully developed but it starts.
#305 - anonymous (02/04/2014) [-]
i like this
#394 - anonymous (02/04/2014) [-]
you have to at least guide a child along a gender roll, or something really out of whack could happen
#244 - kousei (02/04/2014) [-]
Let's put this another way... The parents don't give a fuck about what gender they identify with. Whatever they wanna wear, they gonna wear and that is awesome! Maybe the kid isn't gender neutral but the parents will be accepting of whatever they're child becomes and thus I have gained a little faith in humanity.
#337 - anonymous (02/04/2014) [-]
Yeah but who's buying the clothes and toys? Kid's clothing stores are split in half by gender, and it's really up to the parents to pick out clothes and other things a kid needs. The mom is buying her son dresses. That's not gender neutral, that's gender confusing
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|#2 - this just gave me really bad anxiety NYU is my #1 school [+] (32 new replies)||01/24/2014 on How to handle Uni rejections||+102|
#98 - anonymous (01/24/2014) [-]
Listen, don't worry about what will happen now. At the end of the day, you end up where you are supposed to be. You've poured everything you have into the applications and now it's out of your control. Be confident in yourself because when you are, you have the efficacy necessary to live your life. NYU is just a name, and a great school of course, but even if you don't go there now, that doesn't mean you can't go there later on, and transferring is much easier! Be positive! Georgetown is my top choice and though it's difficult to earn acceptance to, I just remind myself that it's not in my hands anymore.
#13 - dvdstvns (01/24/2014) [-]
Honestly, your degree doesn't really matter where it came from so long as you have it. A lot of people tell you that it does matter, and the name looks good, but honestly the chances of you receiving a better job or anything because of the school name is rather rare, because the name only means something to people who went there, supported it, or were close with people from there
#46 - pariahlol (01/24/2014) [-]
I strongly disagree. If you show up for a job interview, with a degree from some backwater school nobody has heard of, and somebody else shows up with an ivy league degree, the value of their degree is going to be much more than yours. That's because the quality of the education will have been better, so they would have a better chance at the job.
#55 - dvdstvns (01/24/2014) [-]
Not everybody has heard of all the schools and how great they are. If two people come for a position and they have the same degree and qualifications, the only difference is the schooling, then the person will hire the school they know. However most applications don't come down that narrow and not every hiring manager looks into backgrounds of schools. That's why I said it does happen that you get a job because of your school, it's just rare.
#15 - anonymous (01/24/2014) [-]
That's only true if you're applying to be a burger flipper, as you might be. The school is more important than the degree. In the UK you can become an investment banker with an engineering degree from Cambridge, but you can't become one with a finance degree from South Bank....
#18 - dvdstvns (01/24/2014) [-]
Well that's not how it is here for the most part. I'm not saying the name never matters, some people do get put into lofty positions because the person hiring likes the school or whatever, but those occasions aren't common. Most of the time when places hiring ask you where you got your degree from, they just want to make sure that it's a credible school, and some places want to make sure you didn't get it from an online college because they don't think they're the same quality
#3 - swimmingprodigy (01/24/2014) [-]
Why? It's a running joke here that NYU is for the people too dumb to get into Columbia.
Not sure if you know but they give barely any financial aid. I know one person going there and she pays almost 60k per year, which is ridiculous for undergrad and completely unnecessary. Go to a cheap school for undergrad and then a good school for graduate school. I go to City College for engineering; normally I'd have to pay 6k per year but I'm on a full scholarship so I pay nothing. You think you're going to have a higher chance of getting a job than me after we both get our Bachelors? Sorry to tell you this, but a school's name stopped being important 15 years ago. Now, everybody has a bachelors.
#6 - anonymous (01/24/2014) [-]
Im sorry but it DOES in fact matter what school u went to for jobs, it doesn't matter when applying to gradschool. When applying for jobs they will look at both, but grad school is more important. eg:
undergrad at community college, law school at harvard
harvard undergrad , law school at harvard
who would u pick? If u dont pick the guy who spend 100k+ extra on his undergrad you're just a dick/retarded
#31 - anonymous (01/24/2014) [-]
>Being able to afford 100k extra for undergrad
I bet you drive your family's porche drunk, kill four people and get away with it.
#5 - anonymous (01/24/2014) [-]
School name does still matter. Where I used to work everyone had a Bachelor's in EE, but people who went to no name / smaller colleges ended up as test technicians or field technicians. People who went to larger well known schools got lab engineer jobs, even with no experience vs people with several years of experience. It all depends on the field of study and the company you are interviewing with.
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#26 - xalidan (01/20/2014) [-]
This is one thing i hate about FJ, you weren't all "I hate Spaceballs so you all should too" you simply just stated your opinion. Now whether you are "trolling" or not still kind of sad that if you aren't in agreement with the general public on where you stand, then you are the wrong one.
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