I have two stories to relate that hopefully will kick off a parenting thread.
Firstly, today my young daughter said to me: "Dad please, if a brown person comes to the door NEVER let them in - they might be a MUSLIM!!! Muslims want to kill white people".
It occured to me that if only the poor girls in Rotherham and the other fifty million towns where kids have been groomed by towelheads had been told by their parents enough times "if a brown person tries to talk to you walk away and don't say anything back - they might be trying to trick you or hurt you.", perhaps they would have had some intuition that might have protected them.
We teach kids to be cautious around roads and other hazards - please teach your kids to be cautions around shitskins.
Secondly, from about the age of two my daughter would sometimes say "I want to be a boy" or put on her most masculine clothes (shorts and tshirts) and say "I'm a boy wearing boy clothes".
I threw those clothes out and bought her all new tshirts that I told her were "girl tshirts" and that she shouldn't pretend to be a boy - people will think she is "weird" and no one will be her friend.
Three years on she is perfectly normal, loves to wear dresses and make herself look "beautiful"
I just imagine what damage could have been done to her if a someone had got in her ear at that time and said "yes, you are a boy" instead of "NO! you are a GIRL - get used to it"
Anyone have other parenting stories to share?