7 Reasons Parents Should Have No Say Whatsoever In Their Child’s Education
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Do you think parents should have a say in their kids' education? You're wrong! Here are 7 reasons parents need to just stay away and let the professionals raise their kids. 

1) Parents don't know anything about kids: It's true. Most of them don't have master's degrees in kid-raising or education. Sad! 

2) Most parents don't raise their kids to be unquestioning drones of the dystopian state: Very selfish of them.

3) Uneducated parents might only know about two of the genders: What a bunch of dopes! Do you want your kid to be underprepared for her gender studies degree? 

4) Parents' judgment can't be trusted since they chose to have kids instead of getting an abortion: Having kids is like, the WORST thing you can do for the planet. Gross. 

5) Parents may read books like Cat in the Hat or Tuttle Twins instead of My Two DadsJust like the Nazis did.

6) They might not want their 5-year-old to transition just yet: Not giving your kid surgery and hormone blockers the second they wear something pink is literally child abuse. 

7) Reinforces the outdated stereotype that the nuclear family is the core of society: The nuclear family is a despicable invention of white people and anyone who participates in it is guilty of white supremacy. The State is your family now! Repeat after us! The State is my family...

By now we're sure you're convinced that parents should stay far, far away from their kids' education. Just let the smart people take it from here. You're welcome! 

NOT SATIRE: The FBI and Biden Administration don't want parents giving their children copies of the Tuttle Twins or teaching them about dangerous ideas such as freedom.

The Tuttle Twins children's book series is teaching the rising generation about the ideas of freedom, free markets, individual responsibility, and American history.

My goal is to distribute an additional 10,000 copies of the Tuttle Twins before the end of the year. It costs roughly $10 to distribute one copy of the Tuttle Twins to a family.

Click here to help us distribute more copies of the Tuttle Twins books to schools across the country, with your tax-deductible gift of $10, $50, $100, $500, or even more.

Thank you,
Connor Boyack
Author, Tuttle Twins

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