A Lytham Father of 3 today received a long-awaited book for his 3 year old son only to be thoroughly disappointed at what he deemed “feminist extremist” content.
The Lytham businessman told Lytham St Annes News “My three year old son is just totally obsessed with owls! At Christmas I got him a book called ‘Owl Babies by Martin Waddell and Patrick Benson’ – however the story didn’t have any father owl in it and my son was upset wondering where the daddy owl was. I looked long and hard on the internet and the only owl book I could find that had a father owl in was ‘A Day with Daddy Owl by Andrew Swampson.’ The book arrived today and I was thoroughly horrified when I read through the book and the Daddy Owl was a househusband owl who was a stay at home husband who was doing cleaning, gardening, cooking, shopping and other domestic chores. What is infuriating about this is if it was a “Mummy owl” doing the cleaning and cooking while the “Daddy owl” went to work then this book wouldn’t be allowed. However as its the other way round this is deemed acceptable and is also promoted as the done thing. I think parents should be aware of books like this that have hidden feminist extremism in the content. Maybe this is societies way of trying to demasculine the male.”