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KichigaiKitsune

An inspiring little tale!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kristen-wolfe/dear-custo...

Seriously, isn't that awesome?

Good on ya, big bro, for standing up against your dad, because he frankly sounds like an abusive cunt.

If there was one thing I'd like to say to this boy, it's this: "You're a wrestler. Fuck just taking the hit for your younger brother, in this case you hit your father back, hard." But, yeah, probably not the wisest course of action.

Safer to wait until the day you move out, then slam the dickhead upside down into a vat of diesel oil.

As sickening as that was, congratulations to the kids, and shame on the father. Not just for "trying to make his son another way." But because he was threatening to use brute, moronic, violent force just to get his own way about something that doesn't matter to him.

It's one thing to spank your kids for being deliberate little shits and you feel you need to hit them to stop their behavior.
It's another if you're abusing your "right" to strike children much smaller than you just because you're an asshole that wants his petty way.

Nice work, you demented ass. You make your kid ashamed of who he is and scared that his dad hates him, and round it off with a nice threat to beat him. Someone cane this motherfucker, and I hope the two brothers faced no ill consequences for this.

Yes, you absolutely should stand up to parents when they're acting like fuckheads. Good on ya. Remember that diesel oil, boys!
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Added: 6 years, 8 months ago
 
HimaChita
6 years, 8 months ago
Great story, but with an all too familiar father figure. My dad wasn't like that exactly, but his degradements on crying has made me hyper emotional and I'll never tell him I like guys because of his constant 'queer' and 'faggot' comments when he sees gay guys on tv.
KichigaiKitsune
6 years, 8 months ago
Know the feeling. Similar position here.
DestructiveImpulse
6 years, 8 months ago
Ya I'm the opposite. I'm starting to think my parents think I'm gay because I haven't dated anyone in forever when really all the girls I've persued have either turned into bitches, put me in the friendzone, or worse were asked out by someone else right before I was goin to muster up the courage.

Also good on that brother. Way to stand up to that asshole and for his morals
vulPN
6 years, 8 months ago
My father was decidedly mute on the topic, even after I announced my bisexuality to him.

As for the next generation... I expect at least one of em to be. Whether it's mine, my brother's, or my sister's, I'll support them even if their own parents won't.
KichigaiKitsune
6 years, 8 months ago
Good on ya.

My dad... eh, would probably go insane.
mouse24
6 years, 8 months ago
The older brother needs an award or medal. Its about time people started standing up to this meat heads.
indorri
6 years, 8 months ago
Someone was complaining about "undermining a boy's father in front of him".

Frankly, some parents need to be "undermined".
KichigaiKitsune
6 years, 8 months ago
Typical bullshit from a parent or bigot that agrees with what the parent did despite it being despicable but wants to hide it under the sticker of "parents' rights."

You don't have the right to bring your kids up the way you would like to. Your have the right to support them, nurture them, educate them and keep them content. Food, clothing, shelter, education and emotional support. You have ZERO right to do whatever you like with them, and you deserve a pair of shattered cheekbones if you think it's "undermining" a parent to stop them hurting their children.

"You can't tell me how to parent!" Yes we can, motherfucker, because you don't own that child.
Kaitos
6 years, 8 months ago
I've been so lucky in so many ways. I was born into a loving family with a mom who loved me no matter what and a dad that lived across the US, but still loved me the same.  I was really freakin scared to tell my dad that I had a boyfriend after years and years of him trying to push me into liking women and objectifying women and watching women at the lake in small swimsuits etc... but, he really surprised me when I told him. Just a silence followed by "cool, I guess we both had big news" (he had just told me he was engaged).  I sometimes even feel bad about how lucky I've been. I don't take it for granted, I really don't, but I still sometimes think its not fair to the people around me.
KichigaiKitsune
6 years, 8 months ago
Damn... that's awesome. I'm happy for you, dude. Nothing more to say. :)
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