I kind of assume @Einherjar86 has seen this, but it at least hits on some points I've submitted about how having kids affects your perspective of the future and how certain policies are toxic. https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/10/when-the-culture-war-comes-for-the-kids/596668/ I've bypassed a lot of this by homeschooling (necessity since I couldn't afford private school anyway, but I wouldn't put my kids into this vile system anyway), but there are still tradeoffs, and unless there's a crackup, this shit infest postsecondary education at an even greater level. Gotta love the parroting of the "words deard" myth. It's been popular recently. But the pain and effort involved in forcing diversity to be a "strength" is something to behold. Edit: This is all I can assume is what 75+% of public education consists of based on the quality of the average college student. That's how you make good groupthinkers, and then you just blast away at them from the media pulpits and hope to god you can deplatform the alternative voices on SM.