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Battle of the sexes

This is a reply for Mr. Matahari's blog about Asian culture that prefer sons to daughters. It's true that MOST Asian family prefer first child to be a boy, especially Chinese. And interestingly, I notice that it's the father who always wants a son.
I just can't accept the reasons Mr. Felix put forward of why baby boy is more welcome in a family. I know there's so much more that those reason. I know, I experience it firsthand to gather up the information.

1. Of course it's about family name. It's not just a name, however, it represents your money and all your vain mortal belongings. There a certain holy rule that says you can only pass on the money you can't take to heaven, to a bloodline that has your name. Ever wonder why some people even named their son his-own-name Jr.? Imagine if you could bring the money to heave..that'd be interesting.
And more than that, it's about pride. When a girl married off to another guy, she has to have that guy's family name (another holy rule to follow), thus, the girl is no longer a part of her own family. True story, my mom said that she's so sad that someday I'd be some other family's belonging. Good job in making me not wanting to get married, mom.

2. Boys require lower maintenance. For girls, as they grow up, you need to supply for make-up, dresses, clothes, khakis, pants, scarves. And all in different colors. Not to mention the pad supply you have to buy monthly. As for boys, monochrome shirts and jeans will usually do. And when they have gfs, daddies would just use the mantra, 'if you're old enough to date girls, you're old enough to get your own money'.
True story, once upon a time when I was still innocent, my dad said, "mmmh..daddy's little girl. This one's gonna spend so much." I didn't understand then, but I completely understand now that I've de-innocenized myself.

3. They think that boys would definitely want more to take care of them. Or at least, have the ability to. That is also based on true story, in which my dad said that he "wouldn't expect too much for Berlin (that's me) to take care of him when he's old".

Welcome to the universe.

The verdict: It depends on the parents, each family is different. Some family are just ****ed-up; they don't know how to be parents thus causing the children feel like their unwanted.

Moral of the story: Don't have children when you still one yourself. Don't have one when you think you're ready. And definitely don't have one when all you want is "that cute little thing" on your arms.


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The reason why parents prefers sons over daughter is...

look at yourself.

Female are generally more complicated.

And yes, requires higher maintenance. You need to treat them as if they are fragile goods.



but as the story goes..

You need to put more effort for something that is more precious.

Women are the jewels of the world.

You can't put a diamond together with your other 'ordinary' jewelry, can you? :D


oh crap.. are you the one who ticked 'offended'... what have i done to deserve this!? pls forgive me.

i'm not trying to defend my point,

but dont you think your point no.2 is exactly what i'm talking about?

and.. holy law or primogeniture is too big for humble guy like me. i believe in power of my lawyer attorney. believe me, if you continuously being good to me, you'll get some inheritance from me, even though your name isn't 'Eva Berlin Sun'.

the 3rd point is a self-counter of your last statement that each family is different. BUT! you should not be discouraged in any way; if i were you, i'll showered in joy. It means you don't have obligation to spoonfeed him a home-cooked porridge when he lost all his teeth, or to change his diapers when he the age of incontinence come.

now, tell me, you love this part of sarcasm of mine don't you?



mr. felix.. just kidding lah, when i ticked offended. cos no one ever did XD
awh..should i make friends with your lawyer as well?

hwyah.. it's a never-ending as-old-as-the-earth argument. let's not continue it any further.


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