how to be a good daughter
Justina Chong

You never got to the part about how to be a good daughter. It might be implied, but I am not going to read this again. I am sure this sounds touching, cute, and profound to you. I assume, however, that you published this because you want to connect with others. I could be wrong, but that is common with writers — trying to find some universal experience or truth to make human connections. Your piece is simply sexist and boring. Every time I think we are past the dark days of this sort of ignorance, it is perpetuated by folks like you.

One hint that might help you actually be a better daughter and a better human being — men are human beings and we are trying to make our way in this crazy world the same as everyone else. To think otherwise is bigotry.

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