According to the Pew Economic Mobility Project, children raised in high-income families who do not earn a college degree are 2.5 times more likely to end up wealthy than low-income students who actually do graduate from college.
LOL WOULDJA LOOK AT THAT? THE BOOTSTRAPS MYTH: GONE WITH THE WIND.
They actually needed a study for this?!
Latest research from the university of obvious put out by the department of “ya don’t say”
breaking news: water is wet
The bold please.
Shocking, isn’t it, how actually crappy it is to be a woman
why would it be shocking
I’ve literally always been one :t
Yeah, how is this supposed to be shocking? It’s not like trans girls get sent off to special private schools where they don’t tell you “Girls are bad at everything” or “Girls need to be sweet and kind and defer to men.” It’s not like we don’t pick up the message that we’re less valid as women because the world keeps telling us that women are only worthwhile if they look one particular way. I’ve known being a girl in the modern world is a crappy situation ever since I spent childhood being yelled at and hit and ostracized for being a girl.
Ok, I’ve come to the conclusion that you’ve lost your grip on reality and are beyond help. Seeya. Good luck, whatever, just don’t go jumping off any buildings because you think you can fly.
Delicately-Interconnected would rather ignore the input of real trans people, and only listens to vague theories and imaginary trans people, and yet I’m somehow the one completely out of touch with reality? Her whole front page is currently filled with trans women and trans men telling her she doesn’t understand some basic concepts about trans childhood, but she’d rather dismiss real people in favor of her notion that all AFAB children are reared the exact same way, and that only that one true childhood makes anybody a woman.