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    (Original post by AJ KO)
    Why can't women 'guide' their children?

    Incorrect, a mother cannot discipline or teach her teenage son, without a father figure in the picture.
    She has less power,influence and control without a father being in the picrure
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Incorrect
    I asked a question, how can my question be 'incorrect'? :hmmmm2:

    a mother cannot discipline or teach her teenage son, without a father figure in the picture.
    Why not?

    She has less power,influence and control without a father being in the picrure
    Source?
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    (Original post by AJ KO)
    I asked a question, how can my question be 'incorrect'? :hmmmm2:


    Why not?


    Source?

    It is incorrect because as question is about a whether a woman is capable of guiding her son into manhood.

    It stems from experience, from puberty, I mean look at it from a biological and psychological perspective.
    Also look at it from a social perspective with interests being a breaking point.
    Who taught me how to play football?
    Who taught me in how to present myself as a young man?
    Who gave me tips in dealing with a crush it with girls in general?
    If I had a daughter, but unless a woman was in the picture, no textbook can make truly understand about periods and the other troubles that come during puberty without a woman being present.
    If a single mother has a male figure involved it helps
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Pssh, you're still of age in which you can step into a healthy relationship at any time.
    The fact that you excuse it is just a coping mechanism of "I can be single for the rest of my life" is a flaw on your part.
    You're missing the point. I don't WANT to have a relationship. Whether I'm 24 or 34 it doesn't matter. its not a coping mechanism. Deal with it.
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    The*world*consists of two fundamental principles, such as*mind*and*matter*,good and*evil, or penis and vagina. Why trying to separate them?

    Oh...lonely vaginas out there
    Why you have no care
    Lonely penises need your touch...tender touch
    They need your love so much

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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    Unless your parents are wealthy, you cannot raise a child on a single income unless you're some you have a successful career.
    And by successful I mean buying a house,car etc
    So what?
    A boy needs a father figure,a man to guide him, no woman can provide that.
    In my home town, I could realistically buy a perfectly good house for around £70k. In the careers that I'm looking at, the mortgage would be perfectly affordable.

    A car is not necessary for life. I have two legs. I'm perfectly capable of walking where I need to go.

    Why couldn't I guide a son, if I have one? I have two brothers and my father who would be around if my hypothetical son had questions that I couldn't answer, for example about male puberty.

    What would happen to a boy raised by a single mother that's so terrible? (Being gay, asexual, bisexual, transgender, etc is not something that I have a problem with.)

    I've helped to raise my brother since he was born. He seems to have turned out OK. He's never in trouble at school and he's very kind and loving towards everyone.
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