*puts on fire retardant gear, wades chest deep*
**** yeah Jameis, spot on, speak to the kids. nothing good ever came from encouraging young girls to be rachet-ass, loud mouth, disrespectful women when they grow up
Isn't that what the outrage is? that he told girls that they should be soft spoken and polite? what's the inverse of polite? what's the inverse of "quiet"?
that whole apathetic, careless attitude **** is a plague in our society. just like men not being leaders (of themselves and of family) and taking responsibility is a plague. apathy and carelessness needs to be beaten out of kids, because our unstructured, sloppy ass society does nothing but reinforce those sloppy ass feelings.
sorry, not only do I disagree with ESPN's level of outrage of this, I disagree with the notion that jameis said anything or did anything wrong here
don't act like 3 minutes of Jameis Winston talking to your little girl's class is going to cage her in for the rest of her life. girls fight and push boundaries when they're teens, no matter what. him saying that is a minute, 1% knock back against the grain, but if some girl decides to interpret it the way he meant, and sit back and think "hmmm, maybe acting with quiet dignity, being polite, is not a bad thing afterall" then great. but don't act like he forever wrecked their psyche. don't act like any girl is going to feel like she was somehow limited in life because jameis winston suggested "ya'll are supposed to be quiet and polite". He's a southern boy, where do you think he got that? his mom. And my mom would agree to. And so does my wife (one of 6 girls in her family). people need to cut the woe is me, victim mentality ****
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