People Commonly Love Their Opposite Sex Parent but Hate Their Same Sex Parent

Mothers love their sons no matter what. Every prison inmate has Mom tattooed on his shoulder, and you better not say shit about her or else. And when they get out, they get $200 and a bus ticket. Guess where they go, even the worst inmates of all? Yep, right back to Mom’s house.

But not if Dad’s there, because all prison inmates, no matter their love for their mothers, still want to murder their fathers. A recent survey found that 37% of all adult men said they hated their fathers. I’m surprised it’s that low.

Fathers and sons often don’t get along. Mothers and daughters often fight a lot.

But men are supposed to love their mothers and vice versa. Stupid women, especially in this Clown Land, think every man who is close to his mother is a Momma’s boy. That’s bullshit. Sure there are some men who are too tied to their mothers, and this is not a good thing. If you are like this you need to cut the apron strings and quit being such a huge pussy.

Similarly, fathers and daughters are supposed to get along. Women who didn’t get along with their fathers as girls tend to grow up with “Daddy issues.” Some Daddy issues are fairly harmless such as a fetish for older men as substitute father figures to give her the love she never got from Daddy.

Others are out and out worse, where women with abusive fathers deliberately seek out abusive men who remind them of their fathers. This strikes me as particularly idiotic unless you are a masochist. And frankly, this is masochistic behavior. Every woman who is doing this is acting like a masochist. The reason given is “this is all she knows.” Well, fine, but it’s still a very self-destructive and stupid way to walk through life.

In parallel, a man’s most important relationship is with his mother, not with his father. If a man doesn’t get along with his mother, he may have problems with women in adulthood unless he works this stuff out.

As you can see, the parent and child of the same sex commonly commonly fight each other, and if they have a bad relationship, it’s usually no big deal. Most men don’t get screwed up because of their fathers. Most women don’t get screwed up by their mothers. If you’re a man and you have Daddy issues, I must say that’s pretty damn pussy, and you need to knock it off.

Very bad abusive fathers tend to leave a lot of bodies in their wake in terms of both sons and daughters. A lot of the kids come out of it with something that looks like PTSD.

Very bad mothers have been known to damage girls, and the damage can extend into adulthood. A common sequel of a seriously abusive mother is low self-esteem. Her mother told her all through childhood that she was no good, and in adulthood she remains damaged, hates herself, and thinks she’s worthless.

Let’s go back to the prison we left behind.

A few inmates hate their mothers most of all, and those can be the worst inmates of all. These are your woman-beaters, rapists, assaulters, torturers, and killers of women.

This is because the mind is primitive. Quite a few men who hate their mothers come to hate all women because every woman they get involved with turns into their mother. These serial killers running around killing women are often simply killing Mom over and over.

You would think the human brain could figure out that all the other women in the world are not your Mom, and no matter how bad she was, every other women is usually not as bad as your Mom, and there are plenty of woman who on balance are quite warm, kind, friendly, loving, and even devoted. I’ve run into quite of few of them in my life, which is why I will never hate women no matter how bad they treat me from now forward. And they’re really treating me pretty bad these days.

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2 thoughts on “People Commonly Love Their Opposite Sex Parent but Hate Their Same Sex Parent”

  1. Yeah, the relationship between my sister and her dad was very bad. Yet, people always wanted to blame her for her traumatic life. That always bugged me and has sparked the hate between me and other siblings. But, of course – LOL, the other siblings are always right.

  2. I think that the stigma about labeling “momma boys” to men with an healthy attachment to their mothers might be mostly about western culture. We could also add the culture of individualism and the atomization and lack of relevance of blood families.

    See, in Venezuela, we have a matrifocal system that is present in the majority of the popular class families. The father usually has little if any relevance on the stability and development of the family. The children might have other male models (usually other boyfriends of the mother), but their weight is still not significant.

    Boys not only end up being raised mainly viewing their mother as the source of stability of the family, but she literally is the base of the family unit.

    The families are “nuclear” in the sense that usually it will be two partners and children in a household, with the possibility of grandparents and grandchildren. But there is a good connection with those you consider to be part of the family. You can go stay with your relatives at their home without any problems as long as you behave yourself, say if you have to travel somewhere near where they live to study or do some other business.

    There is the “family welfare” where families usually have the responsibility of giving medicine, food, and money to their relatives in need. This has been present for as far back as anyone can remember, but during the pandemic, this system has been of vital importance for the survival of the Venezuelan people. This is in contrast to countries like Spain, where families simply dropping their elderly on nursing homes ended in tragedy when the pandemic hit those places.

    Other thing is that Western countries, specially Anglos, view the family as having a very limited role in the lives of adults.

    The family is seen as composed of a nuclear family of two spouses and their immediate children. Apparently, they are expected to be independent and disconnect from their raised family as soon as they turn 18. They may interact occasionally with their immediate family sometimes, but they are otherwise expected to depend on themselves and don’t get much help.

    The cultural expectations in other cultures in the world usually are that children are to stay in the family household until they either get married or end up financially secure enough to live independently without issue.

    In said cultures the extended family is considered part of the basic family unit. You are also expected to help and give support to any family member that is in need.

    This is strengthened when there is a mentality of collectivism or tribalism of sorts, as usually those who are connected to the bloodline are part of the tribe.

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