For the life of me, I don't know what single women "by choice" tell their sons about what to look forward to in their futures. "Randy" sent me the front page of her local newspaper, with an article touting "Moms Single By Choice." Randy writes:
[The article is about w]omen in their late 30s or 40s who have no husbands but want a kid. A few adopt, while sperm bank fertilization impregnates many of them.
I have learned from listening to your radio program for the past two years that a woman's selfish desire to have a kid should be trumped by the needs of a child who would be best brought up in a two-parent family - mom and dad, married, with a stable home.
Ninety percent of the article promotes this behavior as an acceptable "choice." The article explains the pain a woman goes through when she realizes that Mr. Right is not coming as they age into their late 30s or early 40s. The article sympathizes with these brave career women who can afford full-time nannies and day care. One woman is quoted as saying that this was 'the best decision she ever made,' while the final word plainly says to 'go for it.' There are a couple of brief paragraphs buried late in the article mentioning the conservative point of view. It states that hundreds of studies have shows that mom and dad homes are superior to single-parent homes. Also, very briefly stated is that 'choice mothers are, in effect, teaching their children that men are not important to families, marriages, or children.'
I sympathize with the children of these single moms "by choice." They are intentionally robbed of a father. More than traditional money-earning, protecting and fixing things around the house, the dad does something else. He has a place in the family where he shows monogamy and daily behavior as a father and man should behave. He is a role model, and an example of the kind of person sons should grow up to resemble, and daughters should grow up to look for."
Hey, Randy, in this "PC" and feminist-brainwashed society, whatever an adult wants always trumps what children need! If a woman who never bothered to become "Miss Right," does want to devote herself to raising a child (without nannies and day-care), I'm all for her adopting an older or difficult-to-place child. Now,
would be a God-send.