How will you raise your children, if you have children? Will you tell them stories like that of Santa Claus, the tooth fairy, etc etc? Will you be a over-protective parent? Will you give them freedom to express themselves and to go out side and come back late in the night? Will you "brainwash" them into what you believe in, ei; your religion.
Will you allow your daughter to wear mini skirts?
This topic is all about how a parent should do his job properly, so feel free to discuss.
I for my part woulnd't tell my children stories like Santa Claus because that is a lie, why do parents do that anyway? So as to keep their children in a fantasy world or something? So as to keep them innocent? My mom told me Santa was a lie when I was like six and it didn't have no bad effect on me, it neither made me a sad or angry or anything like that. I would give my children relative freedom and would try and discuss as much philosophy as I could with them.
I wouldn't allow my son or daughter to dress like a ganster or a *****. So no mini skirst for her. And thinking about skirts, reminds me to ask ye; what would you do if you discover your son was gay/ or your daughter was a lesbian?
I for my part would accept the fact and support them in their sexual preferences. I would raise my children to be very stoic and so I would want them to dress in a simple manner, to be at peace with nature, to control their desires, and I wouldn't accept if they decide to get piercings or stuff like that.
So what about you people? Pardon me for not representing this thread in a more organized manner.