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Not Sharing: 20 years ago my friend got her bubble tape taken away by her dad for not sharing. Today he gave it back to her. It’s so old It turned green.
Not Sharing: 20 years ago my friend got her bubble tape taken away by her dad for not sharing. Today he gave it back to her. It’s so old It turned green.

20 years ago my friend got her bubble tape taken away by her dad for not sharing. Today he gave it back to her. It’s so old It turned green.

Not Sharing: That's not what I've been told but... You're the mother, he's the father. He has as much right to take that child as you do. FATHERS ARE NOT SECOND CLASS CITIZENS!!! Men, fathers, boys, trans men, all deserve the same rights as women. Equal prison sentences, equal protection oppertunity when it comes to rape and abuse, equal rights to the child they helped bring into this world. These are measurable injustices men face everyday as well as social inequities, and although they're different from women's struggles, they're still valid and need to be addressed. -Maddy _________________ antifeminism antifeminist womenagainstfeminism meninist meninism MRA MRM idontneedfeminism endfeminism endheforshe heforshe equality equalrights mensrights womensrights yesallwomen smashthepatriarchy patriarchy privilege checkyourprivilege NAFALT misogyny WageGap RapeCulture feminism feminist misandry FeministsBeLike - Disclaimer: The views and opinions presented in this image represent those outside the account. The owner of @ieatfeministsouls holds no connection with the views presented in the image. Unless otherwise stated, all views in the image do not represent the views of the poster. This account is not responsible for the views shared by commenters. Unless clearly stated, the account holder does not share the views of those who comment. Viewer discretion is advised.
Not Sharing: That's not what I've
 been told but...
 You're the mother, he's
 the father. He has as
 much right to take that
 child as you do.
FATHERS ARE NOT SECOND CLASS CITIZENS!!! Men, fathers, boys, trans men, all deserve the same rights as women. Equal prison sentences, equal protection oppertunity when it comes to rape and abuse, equal rights to the child they helped bring into this world. These are measurable injustices men face everyday as well as social inequities, and although they're different from women's struggles, they're still valid and need to be addressed. -Maddy _________________ antifeminism antifeminist womenagainstfeminism meninist meninism MRA MRM idontneedfeminism endfeminism endheforshe heforshe equality equalrights mensrights womensrights yesallwomen smashthepatriarchy patriarchy privilege checkyourprivilege NAFALT misogyny WageGap RapeCulture feminism feminist misandry FeministsBeLike - Disclaimer: The views and opinions presented in this image represent those outside the account. The owner of @ieatfeministsouls holds no connection with the views presented in the image. Unless otherwise stated, all views in the image do not represent the views of the poster. This account is not responsible for the views shared by commenters. Unless clearly stated, the account holder does not share the views of those who comment. Viewer discretion is advised.

FATHERS ARE NOT SECOND CLASS CITIZENS!!! Men, fathers, boys, trans men, all deserve the same rights as women. Equal prison sentences, equ...

Not Sharing: The 'Why Aren't You Sharing That Cookie With Me' Stare
Not Sharing: The 'Why Aren't You Sharing That Cookie With Me' Stare

The 'Why Aren't You Sharing That Cookie With Me' Stare

Not Sharing: Yesterday at 11:48 AM Sorry for the novel but this story needed to be told.. This morning my heart shattered, I was running a fe errands with my boys and as we were laughing and singing walking back to our car Gabriel suddenly stopped and asked "Mommy what's that??" when I turned to look my eyes instantly began to tear and l told him "that gentleman is a hero baby!" There in front of me was a double amputee USA veteran in a wheelchair digging through a trashcan looking for something to eat. He wasn't holding a sign asking for money, he wasn't bothering the people entering or leaving the store, he was hoping he wouldn't be noticed digging through the trash. As I approached him, he was trying to pretend that he was throwing trash away. I asked him if I could buy him breakfast and a few groceries. His response had me go from teary eyes to full on waterfalls. "No thank you ma'am I can't put you out like that but thank you." At that ver moment Gabriel says to him "Hi gentleman hero!" Now we were both in tears and I told him I insisted and I wasn't leaving him hungry. I took Ralph to breakfast where he told stories of "the good 'ole days" and interacted with the boys and he smiled and had tears in his eyes the entire time and said that his own children don't even take the time to spend with him After breakfast I told him we were going to go get a few grocery items and his response broke my heart even more.. "I appreciate the offer sweetheart but I don't want your money to go to waste I don't have any where to put it, I'm homeless staying shelter to shelter." I bust my ass 6 days a week to provide for my boys and I and by no means can I afford to just spend money on hotel rooms for strangers, but Ralph touched my heart. I told him we were going to get groceries and I'm make sure he has a place to put them. He was very modest about what he picked out and I told him to pick out $50 worth of groceries, while he was doing that I called my cousin who manages a hotel and the hotel rallied together and got a room for Ralph for a week and some of the employees were going to see if they could get some clothes together for him. When I dropped him off I gave him a hug and thanked him for his selfless years of service and Gabriel gave him a hug and said "bye bye gentleman hero!!" I'm not sharing this novel story for recognition or likes...I'm sharing it because as a society we are often selfish and self centered and focused on meaningless things such as a red coffe cup or what the Kardashians are up to. With all of that being said THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart to all the men and women who have served and continue to serve our country selflessly. In the words of Gabriel "Thank you hero gentlemen and women! <p>Woman’s Son Notices Disabled Vet Going Through Trash. His Reply When She Offered Help Is Heartbreaking.</p>
Not Sharing: Yesterday at 11:48 AM
 Sorry for the novel but this story needed to be told..
 This morning my heart shattered, I was running a fe
 errands with my boys and as we were laughing and
 singing walking back to our car Gabriel suddenly
 stopped and asked "Mommy what's that??" when I
 turned to look my eyes instantly began to tear and l
 told him "that gentleman is a hero baby!" There in
 front of me was a double amputee USA veteran in a
 wheelchair digging through a trashcan looking for
 something to eat. He wasn't holding a sign asking for
 money, he wasn't bothering the people entering or
 leaving the store, he was hoping he wouldn't be
 noticed digging through the trash. As I approached
 him, he was trying to pretend that he was throwing
 trash away. I asked him if I could buy him breakfast
 and a few groceries. His response had me go from
 teary eyes to full on waterfalls. "No thank you ma'am I
 can't put you out like that but thank you." At that ver
 moment Gabriel says to him "Hi gentleman hero!" Now
 we were both in tears and I told him I insisted and I
 wasn't leaving him hungry. I took Ralph to breakfast
 where he told stories of "the good 'ole days" and
 interacted with the boys and he smiled and had tears
 in his eyes the entire time and said that his own
 children don't even take the time to spend with him
 After breakfast I told him we were going to go get a
 few grocery items and his response broke my heart
 even more.. "I appreciate the offer sweetheart but I
 don't want your money to go to waste I don't have
 any
 where to put it, I'm homeless staying shelter to
 shelter." I bust my ass 6 days a week to provide for my
 boys and I and by no means can I afford to just spend
 money on hotel rooms for strangers, but Ralph
 touched my heart. I told him we were going to get
 groceries and I'm make sure he has a place to put
 them. He was very modest about what he picked out
 and I told him to pick out $50 worth of groceries,
 while he was doing that I called my cousin who
 manages a hotel and the hotel rallied together and got
 a room for Ralph for a week and some of the
 employees were going to see if they could get some
 clothes together for him. When I dropped him off I
 gave him a hug and thanked him for his selfless years
 of service and Gabriel gave him a hug and said "bye
 bye gentleman hero!!" I'm not sharing this novel story
 for recognition or likes...I'm sharing it because as a
 society we are often selfish and self centered and
 focused on meaningless things such as a red coffe
 cup or what the Kardashians are up to. With all of that
 being said THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart
 to all the men and women who have served and
 continue to serve our country selflessly. In the words
 of Gabriel "Thank you hero gentlemen and women!
<p>Woman’s Son Notices Disabled Vet Going Through Trash. His Reply When She Offered Help Is Heartbreaking.</p>

<p>Woman’s Son Notices Disabled Vet Going Through Trash. His Reply When She Offered Help Is Heartbreaking.</p>

Not Sharing: Alanya Kolberg 19 April at 21:27 MY CHILD IS NOT REQUIRED TO SHARE WITH YOURS As soon as we walked in the park, Carson was approached by at least 6 boys, all at once demanding that he share his transformer, Minecraft figure, and truck. He was visibly overwhelmed and clutched them to his chest as the boys reached for them. He looked at me. "You can tell them no, Carson," I said. "Just say no. You don't have to say anything else." Of course, as soon as he said no, the boys ran to tattle to me that he was not sharing. I said, "He doesn't have to share with you. He said no. If he wants to share, he will!" That got me some dirty looks from other parents. Here is the thing though: If I, an adult, walked into the park eating a sandwich, aml required to share my sandwich with strangers in the park? No! Would any well-mannered adult, a stranger, reach out to help themselves to my sandwich, and get huffy if I pulled it away? No again. <p><a href="http://matt-ruins-feminisms-shit.tumblr.com/post/159985485021/dainslefsblog-scrawnyflannelman-kasaron" class="tumblr_blog">matt-ruins-feminisms-shit</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://dainslefsblog.tumblr.com/post/159983920386/scrawnyflannelman-kasaron" class="tumblr_blog">dainslefsblog</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://scrawnyflannelman.tumblr.com/post/159982671121/kasaron-coca-cola-official-fierceawakening" class="tumblr_blog">scrawnyflannelman</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://kasaron.tumblr.com/post/159981254195/coca-cola-official-fierceawakening" class="tumblr_blog">kasaron</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://coca-cola-official.tumblr.com/post/159981165906/fierceawakening-dendritic-trees" class="tumblr_blog">coca-cola-official</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://fierceawakening.tumblr.com/post/159977672760/dendritic-trees-northstarfan-monteyjames91" class="tumblr_blog">fierceawakening</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://dendritic-trees.tumblr.com/post/159977380274" class="tumblr_blog">dendritic-trees</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://northstarfan.tumblr.com/post/159975677411/monteyjames91-bogleech-topographygo" class="tumblr_blog">northstarfan</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://monteyjames91.tumblr.com/post/159975415692/bogleech-topographygo-bogleech-mom-of-the" class="tumblr_blog">monteyjames91</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://bogleech.tumblr.com/post/159968948333/topographygo-bogleech-mom-of-the-year-where" class="tumblr_blog">bogleech</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://topographygo.tumblr.com/post/159968788412/bogleech-mom-of-the-year-where-was-this-attitude" class="tumblr_blog">topographygo</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://bogleech.tumblr.com/post/159968630278/mom-of-the-year-where-was-this-attitude-when-i" class="tumblr_blog">bogleech</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>MOM OF THE YEAR. WHERE WAS THIS ATTITUDE WHEN I WAS IN GRADE SCHOOL.<br/></p></blockquote> <p>This is so weird, it’s a park? Who the hell thinks that a child they don’t know is obligated to share their possessions with their kids just cuz they play in a public space?</p> </blockquote> <p>It might vary with where you live and when you were a child but when I was tiny, every adult from teachers to family to television characters hammered into me non-stop that all good people ALWAYS SHARE EVERYTHING no matter what and only bad people keep even a single thing for themselves. “Sharing is caring” was the phrase repeated ad nauseum by songs and books and cartoons aimed at us toddlers.</p> <p>I remember my own uncle just insisting I give him literally half of my dessert once to just sort of test and make sure my parents were teaching me “right” and copping a massive attitude when I said no. <br/></p> <p>My mom actually sided with me there but most other adults I knew would never have done so. They’d have just lectured this small child on how selfish it is to not let just anyone and everyone have what you have.<br/></p> </blockquote> <p>I would teach my kid this</p> <p>If you don’t know them like that and they trying to put hands on your stuff before even asking you, you have the right to tell them no and I will cosign</p> </blockquote> <p>Amen. There’s a difference between teaching a kid to be generous and training them to be taken advantage of. A little boy getting mobbed because strangers wanted something he had – and not one adult saying anything about it! – makes me think far less of the parents of those kids than Ms. Kolberg. <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>Definitely. There’s a big difference between teaching kids to share shared objects, like toys in a preschool, and their own personal things.</p> </blockquote> <p>Yep.</p> <p>I remember my friend insisting I share my hard to find action figures with her. She took one with her somewhere and lost it. (I don’t think she was quite mean enough to outright steal it.)</p> <p>Just because someone really likes something you have and says SHAAAAAAAARE doesn’t mean you should.</p> </blockquote> <p>Private property</p> </blockquote> <p>Taking notes; these are things I hadn’t considered when raising someone.</p> </blockquote> <p>This is super important. <br/>It’s DANGEROUS to teach your children that “sharing” means they get other people’s stuff. That’s not what the lesson should be.</p> </blockquote> <p>I can’t even let some of my coworkers use my shit without them ruining it, you bet your ass I’m going to teach my kid that sharing isn’t mandatory, especially with random people out in public.<br/></p> </blockquote> <p>Thank you this pisses me off and I see it all the time. A kid will be playing quietly and someone else will come and take something from then with force. Then when the fight starts parents come rushing over and the first thing the kid who stole the toy always says is “He wasn’t sharing.” No you ripped it out of his hands you little fuck. And then the kid who had something taken from him is now getting a talking to about how we need to share and the diplomatic solution is to let the other kid play with it for a while and take turns. And 9 times out of 10 the only reason the other kid wanted it in the first place was that someone else was using it. Kids are like that they only want it because someone else is enjoying it. Teaching kids to be pushovers and others that simply taking what they want is effective.</p><p>Whoever was using it first or whoever owns it has every right to keep it. Instead of teaching kids they have to share teach them to wait their fucking turn or deal with the reality that you don’t get everything you want just because you ask. Teach them that it’s nice to share, absolutely but not that it is always mandatory. </p><p>Glad this mom and others get it.</p></blockquote> <p>I was like &ldquo;so much this&rdquo; when I read this on Facebook. It&rsquo;s such a good point. &ldquo;Sharing&rdquo; does not mean you&rsquo;re entitled to other people&rsquo;s things. That&rsquo;s how you raise your kids to be liberals.</p>
Not Sharing: Alanya Kolberg
 19 April at 21:27
 MY CHILD IS NOT REQUIRED TO SHARE WITH YOURS
 As soon as we walked in the park, Carson was approached by at
 least 6 boys, all at once demanding that he share his transformer,
 Minecraft figure, and truck. He was visibly overwhelmed and
 clutched them to his chest as the boys reached for them. He
 looked at me.

 "You can tell them no, Carson," I said. "Just say no. You don't
 have to say anything else."
 Of course, as soon as he said no, the boys ran to tattle to me that
 he was not sharing. I said, "He doesn't have to share with you.
 He said no. If he wants to share, he will!"

 That got me some dirty looks from other parents. Here is the
 thing though:
 If I, an adult, walked into the park eating a sandwich, aml
 required to share my sandwich with strangers in the park? No!
 Would any well-mannered adult, a stranger, reach out to help
 themselves to my sandwich, and get huffy if I pulled it away?
 No again.
<p><a href="http://matt-ruins-feminisms-shit.tumblr.com/post/159985485021/dainslefsblog-scrawnyflannelman-kasaron" class="tumblr_blog">matt-ruins-feminisms-shit</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="https://dainslefsblog.tumblr.com/post/159983920386/scrawnyflannelman-kasaron" class="tumblr_blog">dainslefsblog</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="https://scrawnyflannelman.tumblr.com/post/159982671121/kasaron-coca-cola-official-fierceawakening" class="tumblr_blog">scrawnyflannelman</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://kasaron.tumblr.com/post/159981254195/coca-cola-official-fierceawakening" class="tumblr_blog">kasaron</a>:</p>

<blockquote>
<p><a href="https://coca-cola-official.tumblr.com/post/159981165906/fierceawakening-dendritic-trees" class="tumblr_blog">coca-cola-official</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://fierceawakening.tumblr.com/post/159977672760/dendritic-trees-northstarfan-monteyjames91" class="tumblr_blog">fierceawakening</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://dendritic-trees.tumblr.com/post/159977380274" class="tumblr_blog">dendritic-trees</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://northstarfan.tumblr.com/post/159975677411/monteyjames91-bogleech-topographygo" class="tumblr_blog">northstarfan</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="https://monteyjames91.tumblr.com/post/159975415692/bogleech-topographygo-bogleech-mom-of-the" class="tumblr_blog">monteyjames91</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://bogleech.tumblr.com/post/159968948333/topographygo-bogleech-mom-of-the-year-where" class="tumblr_blog">bogleech</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://topographygo.tumblr.com/post/159968788412/bogleech-mom-of-the-year-where-was-this-attitude" class="tumblr_blog">topographygo</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="http://bogleech.tumblr.com/post/159968630278/mom-of-the-year-where-was-this-attitude-when-i" class="tumblr_blog">bogleech</a>:</p>
<blockquote><p>MOM OF THE YEAR. WHERE WAS THIS ATTITUDE WHEN I WAS IN GRADE SCHOOL.<br/></p></blockquote>
<p>This is so weird, it’s a park? Who the hell thinks that a child they don’t know is obligated to share their possessions with their kids just cuz they play in a public space?</p>
</blockquote>
<p>It might vary with where you live and when you were a child but when I was tiny, every adult from teachers to family to television characters hammered into me non-stop that all good people ALWAYS SHARE EVERYTHING no matter what and only bad people keep even a single thing for themselves. “Sharing is caring” was the phrase repeated ad nauseum by songs and books and cartoons aimed at us toddlers.</p>
<p>I remember my own uncle just insisting I give him literally half of my dessert once to just sort of test and make sure my parents were teaching me “right” and copping a massive attitude when I said no. <br/></p>
<p>My mom actually sided with me there but most other adults I knew would never have done so. They’d have just lectured this small child on how selfish it is to not let just anyone and everyone have what you have.<br/></p>
</blockquote>

<p>I would teach my kid this</p>
<p>If you don’t know them like that and they trying to put hands on your stuff before even asking you, you have the right to tell them no and I will cosign</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Amen. There’s a difference between teaching a kid to be generous and training them to be taken advantage of. A little boy getting mobbed because strangers wanted something he had – and not one adult saying anything about it! – makes me think far less of the parents of those kids than Ms. Kolberg. <br/></p>
</blockquote>
<p>Definitely. There’s a big difference between teaching kids to share shared objects, like toys in a preschool, and their own personal things.</p>
</blockquote>

<p>Yep.</p>
<p>I remember my friend insisting I share my hard to find action figures with her. She took one with her somewhere and lost it. (I don’t think she was quite mean enough to outright steal it.)</p>
<p>Just because someone really likes something you have and says SHAAAAAAAARE doesn’t mean you should.</p>
</blockquote>

<p>Private property</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Taking notes; these are things I hadn’t considered when raising someone.</p>
</blockquote>

<p>This is super important. <br/>It’s DANGEROUS to teach your children that “sharing” means they get other people’s stuff. That’s not what the lesson should be.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>I can’t even let some of my coworkers use my shit without them ruining it, you bet your ass I’m going to teach my kid that sharing isn’t mandatory, especially with random people out in public.<br/></p>
</blockquote>
<p>Thank you this pisses me off and I see it all the time. A kid will be playing quietly and someone else will come and take something from then with force. Then when the fight starts parents come rushing over and the first thing the kid who stole the toy always says is “He wasn’t sharing.” No you ripped it out of his hands you little fuck. And then the kid who had something taken from him is now getting a talking to about how we need to share and the diplomatic solution is to let the other kid play with it for a while and take turns. And 9 times out of 10 the only reason the other kid wanted it in the first place was that someone else was using it. Kids are like that they only want it because someone else is enjoying it. Teaching kids to be pushovers and others that simply taking what they want is effective.</p><p>Whoever was using it first or whoever owns it has every right to keep it. Instead of teaching kids they have to share teach them to wait their fucking turn or deal with the reality that you don’t get everything you want just because you ask. Teach them that it’s nice to share, absolutely but not that it is always mandatory. </p><p>Glad this mom and others get it.</p></blockquote>

<p>I was like &ldquo;so much this&rdquo; when I read this on Facebook. It&rsquo;s such a good point. &ldquo;Sharing&rdquo; does not mean you&rsquo;re entitled to other people&rsquo;s things. That&rsquo;s how you raise your kids to be liberals.</p>

<p><a href="http://matt-ruins-feminisms-shit.tumblr.com/post/159985485021/dainslefsblog-scrawnyflannelman-kasaron" class="tumblr_blog">ma...