I don’t think you realize this, but your kid is sitting in the passenger seat right next to you. I don’t think you realize this, but your kid notices a lot more than you think.
Your son just noticed you sticking your head out of the window and practically eating the female that just crossed the sidewalk with your eyes. Your son heard you whistle at her. Your son heard you say, “What a beauty!”
Okay. So it wasn’t your son. It was your daughter sitting in the passenger seat next to you. I don’t think you realized that, either.
Your daughter just noticed it all, too.
Your son will grow up, and probably, unfortunately, if he had no better guidance, will become you. He will think that it is okay for him to open his car window and give a “compliment.” He will think that it is all right if he whistles at a girl. He will think he has every right to speak to any female that is in his life in any way he wants…because he’s a boy, and “Daddy showed me that it was okay.”
Your daughter will grow up, and if she doesn’t have any better guidance, she’ll think it’s okay, as long as she ignores it. She’ll think it’s because of what she wears. She’ll suck it up because people will tell her to think of it as a compliment. “Boys will be boys,” and “Daddy isn’t a bad person.”
I don’t think you realize this. At least, I hope you don’t, because if you do realize what you’re doing and you continue doing it, then you clearly have nothing better to do. Don’t blame the people that curse your sons’ father. It was precisely you that did not teach him better. Instead, you were busy disrespecting every female you know: your wife, your daughter, your mother, your sister, and your female co-worker.
It’s not a compliment. It’s not okay. ضب حالك.