From Germany, an adventure in moonbat parenthood:
When Nils Pikert’s now 5-year-old son started wearing dresses, it turned a few heads but was generally not a big deal in their cosmopolitan hometown of Berlin. But when the family picked up and moved to the smaller South German village, all that changed, reports Gawker.
Even though he loved wearing dresses, Pickert’s son was too shy to put one on in public for fear of being laughed at, especially by his pre-school classmates. “I didn’t want to talk my son into not wearing dresses and skirts,” Pickert told the German magazine EMMA (translated here by blogger Steegeschnoeber). “I had only one option left: To broaden my shoulders for my little buddy and dress in a skirt myself. After all you can’t expect a child at pre-school age to have the same ability to assert themselves as an adult. Completely without role model. And so I became that role model.”
And so Pickert put on a skirt and strolled around town with his son in tow. … A day later, the little Pickert was back at his dress-wearing ways, first for the weekend and then to school.
Obviously five-year-olds don’t just start wearing dresses on their own. Their parents are responsible for choosing their clothes, just as they are responsible for teaching them appropriate behavior. But Herr Pickert instead trains his kid to be a freak, presumably for his own political purposes — or maybe just so he can bask in the adulation of the social engineers who run the media.
On a tip from Christopher D.