While researching my last post about the Juggling Act, I happened across this article: 'Beta Moms' drop the juggling act. Looks like there's a fucking epidemic of lazy bitches all over the media - I also found this MSNBC article.
So, now, if you're a member of the royal sex, its perfectly alright to be lazy, proudly call yourself a slacker and neglect your duties.
But sociologists, including Melinda Forthofer of the Institute for Families in Society at the University of South Carolina-Columbia, say there's no evidence Alphas are actually better mothers.
And now an anti-Alpha movement is taking hold. Those moms have it together sometimes. They may forget to send back permission slips or lose track of their turn for team snacks. They don't necessarily have the catchy name, though some call themselves Beta Moms or even Slacker Moms as they urge their peers to chill.
When women hold the power of divorce, of child support, of being able to perform extra-late-term abortions and not having to answer to anybody, you tend to start wallowing in your own shit. It becomes a Lord of the Flies situation - one tends to become barbaric when the reward-punishment system is broken, when the civilizing effect of societal judgement is removed.
Of course they urge their peers to chill! This is what the entire herd mentality thing is all about - some women start thinking a certain way, and if its good, the rest of the herd follows like drooling cows. This is why NOW is so successful and this is why female supremacists constantly talk about the Patriarchy, because they just can't imagine that men wouldn't be just as evil as them if given the chance.
And of course their fathers wouldn't say anything would they? Half of them are petrified of being thrown out of their house with the clothes on their back, the others are too busy licking their wife's boots, seeking approval like a fucking puppy dog.
This is a really long article. Really fucking long article trying to justify lazy females, because obviously it was written by a woman (how many fluff pieces aren't?), picking out other women who back up the claim.
Woman, 39, a somehow important but largely irrelevant person, says that other women are, in fact, right. News at 11.
You know, if you do a Google image search for slacker, I bet you're mostly going to find men. After all, its not men who stay home and live off another person's hard work and claim to be worth $140,000 a year.