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How Disney Princess’ Could Be Messing Up Our Daughters

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You are now about to witness the strength of street knowledge and now broadcasting live on star worldwide networks. Dad's with swag with motivational life coach Sean Alfonso, specializing in helping you to get to your full potential in all areas of your life, from improving your professional success to overcoming fears that are holding me back. Single Parent and dad of two amazing young girls, Shawn will teach you how to balance professional success while achieving meaningful relationships. It's Dad's wist swag, and now here's your host, Sehwan Alfonso. What is up? Welcome back to another great episode of Dad's with Swag. We're live here on a star worldwide network Phoenix, Arizona. We've been having some trippy weather here, man. It's like eighty degrees one day fifty degrees the next. It US up. You guys want to Chime in on today's show? All social media. You can find us at at your coach Sawn. You could always email me, Sean. Sean alfonsocom could call in for it o four two hundred and two four. Oh Wendy would be more than happy to take your call today. You can find all our shows on Itunes Dad's with swagcom hit me up at Sean alfonsocom today. We today we're going to talk about Disney princesses, you know, those little magical beings, and we're going to talk about our daughters in our Disney princesses fucking up our KADES. Are they making our little girls soft, are they? Are they teaching values and morals and characteristics to our little baby girls that are gonna hold them back when they become adults? Do men make more money than women today because of Disney princesses? Are Women not dating a good dude because of Disney princesses? Are Women not being active daters because they waiting for that prince charming to come wake they sleepy ass that? We're going to hit all these questions today, man, all these questions. So so what sparked this is I'm reading the USA Today, a couple days ago, and there's a woman by the name of Peggy Orenstein. She wrote, she wrote a book Cinderella Ate. My daughter and I haven't read the book, but I'm definitely like it's in my Amazon folder. Man, I'm definitely going to copy that book and read that. But basically, she believes that the Disney princess mentality gives women poor sexualization, poor body image and all these other things that are going to that are going to come up once they're teenagers. Right, and some, some psychologists have dubbed this the princess culture. Right, we're little girls, for five year old, three year old little girls. They play with their princesses, they get dressed up in a princess dresses, everything is about Princess, Princess, princess, Princess, Princess. And then when they become teenagers and they realize that my body's not that of the princesses, or I don't how come out on look like the princesses, or I need to act like the princesses. Right, like what princess out there got a job? Right, there's not one. None of them have a job because their princesses. Right, it's all the men that are working and the women are just there to serve the men. You know, they they made in the article. They made a good comparison to you know, Ariel gave her voice away for a man. Some princess princesses sleep and sleep and sleep until a man comes and kisses him. Other women have magical powers. They, you know, their kindness and consideration can turn a beast into a prince, right, like, what's all that about? And in is that good for our kids? Is that good for our daughters to grow up in this girly girl culture of princesses, princesses, princesses, when in fact their adulthood life will not reflect that? Right? So that's pretty much the question we pose in today. Because kids love their princesses. I'll tell you what, like my daughter's, both of them growing up, man,...

...they love their princesses. I got a little niece. She loves her princesses as well. Like you will not be in a bigger fight in your life unless you're trying to take a princess dress away from like a three or four year old little girl, right, because at three or four they don't know how to reason yet. They don't know how to barter, they don't know how to like evaluate the situation and come back with something different, right. All they know how to do is kick, scream and cry. So you try to take a princess dress away from a little girl who's three or four years old and hasn't figured out how to reason. Yet, Oh, you and a fight that's like a knock down, drag out Barbara, right there. Right, they're going to go nuts because nothing can keep them from being a princess and his dad's we want to treat our little babies like princesses. Right there, are there our little princesses. So how do you? How do you melt the too? Like, are there people out there that really think that the activities of a three or four year old little girl being involved in princesses and liking princesses and all that stuff are going to mess them up long term? Because we're talking about like a multibillion dollar industry, right. Every little girl out there likes princesses. Disney could come out with a new movie and Bam, it's like they buying everything on the streets. Right. Every little girl wants to be like bell or Cinderella or, you know, any of these other Aurora, any of these other little princesses out there. And then after the princess phase, right, so say your little kids in the princess phase. Does that automatically mean that, like, when they become teenagers, they're going to jump into that like Kardashian phase, where it's like everything's just handed to you, where you don't have to have like all these talents, and now here's the thing, like we just look at this Kardashian family from the outside in, right, we don't know what their hustle is. We don't know how much hustle these kids got, right, because we just looking at him as like everything was given to them. How do we know they didn't go out and take it? We don't know. I don't know none of them Kardashians. I have no idea. Do. They could have more hustle than anybody I know. They could be out there just taking shit, being like you know. We don't know that. If they went to like fifteen other, you know, TV channels to try to get their Kardashian show picked up and everybody told him now and then it was the sixteen one that said yeah, like we don't know how many doors had to be beaten down. We don't know the struggles in the life of a model or you know any of that. We don't know none of that Shit. Right, we just assumed we know. But the things that they project, which necessarily aren't factual, but their perceptions the way that our children are receiving and not even children, like young adults are receiving these perceptions right there, perceiving this stuff, this information, they're perceiving it a certain way and most people are perceiving it that shit was handed to them. It was given to them right. And before the Kardashians we had Paris Hilton. Shit was given to her because of her last name, right. But then we got I guess you call her the first daughter. She a grown ass woman, so I don't know if you really call her the first daughter, but we got a Vanka trunk. Now, nobody's ever said that daddy gave her shit. Right. She's a Warton Grad. She wears power suits. She earned her shit right, she could keep up with the men in the boardroom. She's Daddy's little princess, because I guarantee when she was growing up she was daddy's little princess, right. You know, a daddy got love for his little princess. But now she a businesswoman. So how can we don't focus more attention on these avanka trumps to the world, right, these daddy little princesses that became ballbusters in the boarder room. But instead we highlight these inferior women, at least they're perceived inferior, because I'll tell you, like, I have no idea because I, like I said, I don't know these Kardashians or Paris Hilton or Nune of these people as I don't know for real what they like. This is just perception. This is just all perception. What people perceive that they get shit handed to the right, and it's all about beautification and glamorize Asian right. But they need to do, is they need to do is show the Kardashians, like keeping out the Kardashians. Right. where? They show the Kardashians? They show, you know, Courtney and Kindie, I don't even know all they named Kim. They showed them beating...

...down walls, right. They show them going into these there's that one Kardashian that has the lipstick. That's like the big trend, right. I don't wife. He loved their lipstick for a while, like it was. It was weird because she was getting a quick taste of like me and my sneaker addiction, right, because when new sneakers come out, I'm like a crackhead. I'm on every website, I'm calling up people that, like wife, you don't even know, and I'm calling up like strange dudes from the hood being like Yod all you got, sighs, eleven right. She's like who are you talking to? But she was like that right, I'm like waiting for the perfect minute to like log on on three different devices to try to see if I can win a raffle. And she didn't get it until that lipstick came out right. Then she got it. Then she understood because she was doing the same thing, trying to get this lipstick right. I don't know if that lipstick still the hot shit, but it didn't really the hot shit in my house. No work. But they should do a show showing that whoever Kardashian did that lipstick, showing what she had to go through, right, what she had to go through to get that company to make her lipstick, to find distributors for the lipstick, to find manufactures for the lipstick, all the stuff that she did, instead of just showing her putting on the lipstick right. But that's I guess that's what sells, because the all girls you know selling these things, like Jordan's. They just flying off the shelf. But is it. This Cinderella Complex, right, this princess culture that's leading our daughters down these roads. Oh No, we won't answer some of those questions. Got Us stay tuned, tune in, stay tuned to learn this stuff. Man, as little teas, you get us up at your coach Sawan, on all social media, Sean Shan Alfonsocom, hit me up that email. You any questions? Star worldwide networks. You can find us on itunes. Hit that subscribe button, Little Mary J Blige, it that's get uncle phone. So you need no hate, holloastance perculate while you waiting, soldiers, dance for me. Come on, everybody, get on now, cause you know we got to get it wrong. Mary Jay is on the spot tonight and I'm a making feel a right. Come on, baby, just party with me. Let loose and set your body situations at the door. When you're stepping thi jump on the so you no hate, hollow perculated? Are you waiting so distance a time before you get loose and starting your mind top? You would go ahead and rock y'all eye, because we's celebrating. No more drama, track pumping. Everybody jump and go ahead with your back and get your body bumping your situations out the door. So grab somebody and get your house this way. You waiting. So this dance drama. And if you got beat, your fam not outside, gonna celebrate all night. No, five turn up, rage back all. I got some real heat for it this time. Your wife's Ba. You're listening to...

Sean Alfonjo. Dad's with swag. Now back to Sean. What's up everybody? Welcome back. We're talking all things daughter's, princesses, stereotypes. Hit US up on social media at your coach and you could always email me. Sean Shan alfonsocom. Find US on itunes. Hit that, subscribe but not appreciate it, man, and if you ever have any show topics you want to talk about, hit me up. I'd be more than happy to do a little research, learn a little about it and then talk about it. You could always find some information on Sean alfonsocom. Check out some of my coaching options. Man, pretty cool stuff, life changing. So the Kardashians, the princesses, the Hilton's, US as father's right, are we instilling some of these stereotypes into our daughters? Right? Can we blame it all on Disney or some of it us right, as parents, do we say to our daughters like, Oh, you'll find a good husband that's going to take care of you, or do we say take care of yourself and you'll find a good husband? Right? I don't like it's I think it's different for every household. I know it's I know how it is in my household, but I don't know how it is another household. Right, like, are we teaching our daughters that they can't do as well in math and in science and in sports as their brothers can or as boys can? Are we teaching our daughters, and it could just be by our actions, it might not even be by our words, that women are inferior to men? Right? Can we blame it all on these Disney princesses? Can we blame it all on these Kardashians, or do we have to take some of this ownership ourselves? There was an article published in the Journal of Science that says a lot of young girls are led to believe that men were inherently more brilliant and talented than women. Like what? I don't know. I know who these dudes are, but I'll tell you what. Every woman in my life has been far more talented and far more intelligent than myself. Now I don't know if that's just like God's way of saying shine, you a dumb ass, so I have to surround you as smart women. I have no idea or if it's my desire to be around strong, powerful women, I don't know, but I guarantee you I'm fixing on a raising two strong ass, powerful ass women and if a man ever comes up to them and says I'm smarter than you, it's going to be a right hook to the jaw right. It's funny. There was a this is off topic. I do this all the time when Doy I get off topic, we don't lose track of time, but I read this article. was sugar a letter. I think it was sugary letter. Anyways, I'm not gonna say name because I might not be sugary letter, but anyways it was a famous boxer who has daughters, right, and the reporter was kind of given them to old jazz. You know how it's like, where you know when your daughter gets to that dating age and it's like you know, are you going to be there with the gun? You know, my brother and I always joked around. We're like we don't do that scene from like bad boys to write, where it's like the drunk uncle who just got out of prison has got the gun, you know, like we're like when our daughters become dating age, because I got two girls, he got two girls. Like when they become when they come on a first date, homeboys come pick them up for prom that's what we going to do. Like you got to worry about Uncle Daddy. You got worried about uncle to just got out of Saym Quintin, right, like that's what, who you got to worry about? So we always joked about that. But a reporter was asking the boxer, like you know, when your daughters start dating, like are you going to be like the intimidating dad? That's like, man, I can knock you out, kid, you mess with my daughters. And his answer, I loved his answer, man. It was no, I'm not worried about my daughters because I've raised them to be strong women that can take care of themselves. Right, why should the...

...boy be afraid of the Dad? Right? I'm not going to touch your daughter's titties because I'm afraid your daddy's going to knock me out. No, I'm not going to touch your titties because I'm afraid you won't knock me out right. Isn't that the way it should be? Like, I'M gonna keep my hand off your booty unless I ask it's okay, because I'm afraid you will smack me now. I and those are the kind of women we got. They don't need dad, they don't need daddy's to protect them. They need daddy's to they need to know daddy's always got their back. And they didn't need to know that Daddy's always going to be there for him when they need them at a moment's notice. Throw that back signal up in the air and daddy's there. Right. But they don't need us to always protect them because they're not these delicate little princesses. Right. They might have used to play dress up when they was a little kid, but they're not delicate and precious. They could be more vicious than any man. I got off topic a little, but kind of on topics still, so it ain't too bad. They Doo bad. So there's a bunch of storylines right in these Disney movies that kind of lead girls to believe that they could be inferior to men. Right. You Got Sleeping Beauty. You Got Princess Aurora. Right, they sleep until a prince comes and save. There you got the Little Mermaid who is giving up her voice for a man. Right. You got beauty and the beast. WHO, if she's kind enough and sweet enough and gentle enough and wonderful enough and amazing enough, then the beast would come a prince like. What if she's a bitch like? What if she gets condesce Assy? What does she get? A Little Hifi? Then her beast stays a beast. He can't become a prince. That's weird. But what could we do as men, as father's, as kings of our castle, to not let these plastic high heeled shoes, these fabulous dresses, these tiars that never can stay on their head anyway? How do we not let that stuff define the women our daughters will become? Right, because that's what we're afraid of, at least that's what I'm afraid of. Right, I was afraid that these things are going to define my daughter. So what can you do? What can you do as a dad this? I'm going to tell you what I did right, because I took a pro active approach to this. Right. These guys are just talking about it in the USA Today now, but I took a proactive approach to this eleven years ago. In my approach was variety, right, variety, like I want my daughters to experience things in life, not girl things, not boy things, but just things right, because WHO's to say that only girls can dress up and play princess? You Know How many times I've dressed up and played princess? I'm six to two hundred pounds. I look pretty cute in Itsiara. You know what I'm saying? I've had my finger nails painted and I probably give the best manicure and pedicure in my whole house, right because I know how to get down with some nail art. Yeah, I bought a book how to do Nail Art. I got tools, man, I got little tools. Comes a little tools how to make flowers on nails. I am probably one of the best hair braiders and all of the Phoenix Metropolitan area. I could get down with some Braden right. So right there doing those simple things, manicures and petticures for my daughter's making sure that they hares did and they braid it up tight and making sure that they know that daddy could put on a tr and thro't on some lipstick. Right. There breaks a stereotype, right, that princess stuff is only for girls. And then, on top of that, it's not about them just going to dance classes, which is funny because my oldest girl like loves dance. That's all she does now. But it was also about showing them basketball, in golf, introducing them to all these other things, right, because if you think girls can't play basketball, you ain't seen Diana Charrazzi's crossover, because she can break some ankles. Right. We used to have floor seats for the Phoenix Mercury. Right. I'd take my daughters all the time. There's a cool picture out there roaming around somewhere where,...

...because this is the perfect example. This is the perfect example of showing girls they can be anything and everything all at once. Right. So there's a there's a great picture floating around. Maybe if I find it I'll throw it up on instagram, but it's around there on an interweb somewhere, and it's a picture because we usued to have court side seats for the Phoenix Murcury. Right, seasons and seasons of court side seats and there's a picture out there of Isabella. Like I'm holding Isabella because she's like five or six years old. Right. So I'm holding Isabella. She's sitting on my lap or something like that, standing in between my legs, and she's got on like a huge oversize Diana Charazzi Phoenix Mercury Jersey with some big ass tinker bell wings, right, these big ass costume Tinker Bell Ring Wings On, while she's checking out a basketball game, right, like yeah, I could come watch some basketball, but I don't have to leave my princess gear at home. I could be a fabulous princess and get down with some basketball. Right. When when I took Isabella, because, of course, you know, I kind of and and being being a dad, a divorce dad, you know mom was already got to the house. It was I might have focused a little more on the boys stuff than the girl stuff at first, and then I kind of had to like bleed it in. So Isabella was like playing basketball and she was like three years old, and then she went to like her first dance class when she was like three and a half. Right. So she she showed up to her first dance class was like this Combo dance class, right, with a basketball jersey in a Tutu. Right, that's how she going to dance. I'M gonna go to dance because when you go to dance you got to be a princess and where you do to. But none says I can't Rock My Basketball Jersey because I like to play a little hoop every now and then too. Right, but it's about that, showing them everything. They could do it all and then as they grow they find the things that they like. Right, like Isabella, this was the first year. She don't want to play basketball. She's in sixth grade. She don't want to play basketball anymore. Check that I don't want and she was nervous to she's like that, are you going to be disappointed? I'm like Nah, baby, I just want you to be happy and do what you want to do. My job is to just show you a bunch of cool shit. It's your job to figure out what cool shit you're passionate about. So she wanted to focus more on dance and less on basketball, you know. So now I'm dropping her off early at school, seven in the morning, so she can practice for his big Solo. She got coming up on Saturday. But I tell you what, just because she danced don't mean she can't knock somebody out. And just because she dances doesn't mean that she can't run a fortune, five hundred company one day. Doesn't mean she can't bust your balls in the board room, because she can, she will if she needs to, because she could do it all. She doesn't have to just be a Disney princess. Someone name a few more things? We will take a quick break. I'm my name a few more things that you can do to help your daughter be a pretty pretty princess. Oh Yeah, I played that game to. There's actually a board game out there somewhere called pretty pretty princess. You gotta put on necklaces and jewelry. Dad's buy that game. Play it with your daughter's going to be the best time you ever had. Pretty Pretty Princess, I'm the prettiest, prettiest princess of them all. Tell you that. Hit me up at your coach on email. Me Sean shot up on socom. You could always call in for it too. Two hundred and twenty six four over live on the star worldwide networks. Hit US up on itunes. Hit that subscribe button. Sean alfansocom DAD's with swagcom. We got all thecom's. Man. Yeah, a little booty lecious destiny's child like.

You can handle this, your baby. You're listening to Sean Alfonso. Dad's with swag. Now back to Sean. WHAT'S UP, everybody? Welcome back to dad's with swag. You want to talk about a topics on today's show. Princess problem? Give me up at your coach. You can email me on Chonop on socom by US on itunes. It does subscribe button. Dad's what SWAGCOM. So how could a dad embrace all this princess stuff? Right, what could a dad do? Because here's the thing, man, as much as little girls are told by media, by society, by their parents, by their grandparents that they need to be like these pretty, pretty little princesses, the same images, the same influences have been telling men and boys that they need to act a certain way as well. So how do we put the Kabash to that? How do we stop that? How do we let our daughters know, and let our sons know too, that it's okay for boys to play dress up, it's okay for boys to play tea party. It's okay for boys to be good at painting nails. It's okay for boys to do laundry and clean up the house. Right, that's not just woman's work. Like this whole thing on like what women men should do and what men should do. That's bullshit, right, because think about it, like we're told our whole lots that it's the women that are supposed to cook the dinners and the meals and all that. Right, but you go out to like Michelin Star Restaurants, man is a chef back there banging knives and it's a dude. Right, most of most of up, most of the famous chefs in the world are men. You go check out any of these...

...women that are on the cover of all these sexy magazines, right, telling you to look this certain way or act the certain way. You know, takes all those photos men. Right. So all these careers that are typically like, oh, that's supposed to be for girls. No, dude, do that shit too. So it's okay for you to let your ego go and let your daughter know that big, strong daddy's we can be pretty princesses as well, and you're pretty pretty princesses. They could be the banker when you play monopoly, because if they want to be a banker when they grow up, they can do it. If they want to be a Ballerina Dancer, they can do dads who? But we don't have to pigeonhole them, right, we just show him a bunch of Shit and and they can figure out what they like. But it's our actions, right. It's our actions that are going to help prove this, because one day they're going to remember when they're going in for that big job interview, they're going to remember the days that daddy played dress up with them or we're daddy played tea party with them, and daddy was as comfortable playing tea party as she knows she needs to be now in this board room when she's about to tell her boss that she wants a raise because she wants to make more than her male counterpart. And why does she want to make more? Because I'm smarter, I'm more talented, I work harder, I'm more committed, I do a better job, I bring in more money, whatever the reasons are, she's going to need that power to fall back on. There's a great scene in the movie Man I always forget all the name of these movie father, the bride right where the daughter and the dad. They always be playing hoops outside and that's cool, right, because she was his little princess and you can tell because he's having all these problems giving her away and doing the wedding and all this stuff. But they can also go out and have some daddy daughter Tom on the court and it doesn't have to be about sports. Right. Maybe you're not a Sportsperson, maybe you're dad. It's not a sports dad, but you can sit down and you can read the Wall Street Journal with her, you know, you can sit down and talk to her about the stock market. Now, all this stuff you can't do when they four years old, right, because four years old is princess time. It's princess time. Now they're going to be some girls out there that fall in love with princess time and think they're going to be a real life princess and then got to do shit with their life. But you know what, there's a lot of dudes out there that think they real life princes and they ain't going to do shit with they life either. And Trust me, they're all over the place. You go find a millennial who's sitting on his ass. They can sh's just going to come to him. There's a whole bunch of them out there. It's why you got like thirty five year old dudes living with a mom and dad. I can I guess the Cardashian e network never came and knocking. But when your daughters get older, right when they passed the princess time, because you showed them there's so many other things out there and you allowed them to be the banker and monopoly. Then as they get older, you can talk to him about business and about finance and about medical stuff, like whatever it is things that you like, because girls love their daddy's and if there's a person and their life that can let them know they could be whatever they want to be and do whatever they want to do, it's their daddy, right. That's our job. That's our job. That's our job to let our daughters know that they could put on some pretty lipstick and still have a good right hook. So what are some tips? What are some things you can do right? So, yeah, you can start. You can start. Go out buy that pretty pretty princess game, right. Go get that game, play some dress up with your daughter and you don't always have to be the night in shining armor either, right, because the cool thing about Disney is not a trying. They're starting to flip the script right now. They're starting to bring out somebody's badass princesses. You know, I don''t know...

...all the princesses names because my daughters are kind of out of a princess them now, right, but you got that bow and Arrow princess. It's like out there and I think we watch that movie but I don't remember it's called. But she a Badass princess. She don't need no prince to save her. She got a bow and Arrow. And I do remember, though, like when that movie came out and then Disney like flooded the shelves with all kinds of toys, but for that Princess. And they get they said had all these toys, but they didn't have the bow and Arrow and she had like lipstick on it stuff, and kids and parents are like, no, that's not her. Where's her bow and Arrow? Why she got lipstick on? Didn't he have to pull that shit off the shelves quick right? Because girls want that bow and Arrow. I's up. My daughter went, she won a gold medal, and archery, right, because she likes that, the bow and Arrow princess. And you got the mocking Jay, you know, girl who's like often dudes in a hundred yards away with about. And then you got all this and these new lines like the frozen, the elsn on the princesses. They didn't need no dude to come save them, right, they would. They was working on it themselves and I believe the one of the sisters ended up having to save the knuckle headed dude. So so Disney starting to catch on that our baby girls can grow up to be strong, powerful women. Does that mean we need to eliminate the princess mentality and order for them to grow up and be strong, secure, brilliant women? I don't believe so. What I do believe it takes, though, is it takes a strong, secure parent to help guide their child to all of the possibilities that are in front of them, and the only person that is going to be allowed to tell her that she's not good at math or she doesn't like math, or she doesn't like science or she doesn't like any of his other stuff is her. It's not going to be another man, it's not going to be a teacher, it's not going to be society, it's not going to be the media, it's going to be her and it's going to be follow her passions. Right, because like my oldest daughter, Isabelle, right, she's in a she has a class at school, a coding class. She's in this coding class and she's in sixth grade, but the class consists of sixth graders through eighth graders. And I went to a parent teacher conference and they told me that. You know, the lady told me she's like, Isabella's the best quoder in my class. She's teaching even the eighth grade boys how to do what needs to be done. And then she's going like, I don't nothing about computers. She's going on telling me about all these different languages and excuse me, all these different languages and all this different coding stuff, right, and they were talking about new language and all this stuff, and the ladies like she's trying to get Isabella to join his girls that code club, right, and as if Fus, like Daddy, I do not want to join that club. I don't even like coding. I'm really good at it, but I don't like it. It's going to take away from my dance classes. You know, like, how crazy is that? Right, she's really good at it, but it's not her passion. Right, she's really good at it, she's better than the boys. She knows she's better than the boys. She knows she's the she's a sixth grader and she's better than the eighth graders at this coding. But it ain't her thing. She'd rather go dance. How BADASS is that? How badass is that for her to know that she doesn't have to fully circum to a male dominated career or male dominated activity to know that she's a Badass broad right, because she knows she's Badass, she knows she's better than all those boys. But just because I'm better than all those boys doesn't mean I got to go join the girls that code club because I don't even like coding. So let's not pigeon hole them, let's not pick let's not take away all the princess dresses in the tiers and all the magical stuff, and let's not just...

...force them to be like female athletes or business leaders, because sometimes all they want to do is dance. Right, but the cool thing about it is if you do everything the right way, maybe one day there'll be a great dancer that owns an amazing dance studio where they can make their own websites and they can handle their own finances and they start helping out inner city youth and given free dance lessons and when a neighborhood crackhead comes in to disrupt things, she can knock them out right. Is that a well balanced woman or what? That's just a well balanced person, because you can have a boy who likes to dance and likes to code and he knows he's better coding than anybody else in the world, but his love for music and art, he can't shake it. So, instead of being a society this like, men need to support the family and go out and make the money and just get these jobs, nine to fives. Grind it, grind it, grind it, and women need to be barefoot and pregnant. This is a new age, man, this is a new world. Right. We could all have wives that our princesses on the outside and Porn Stars on the inside. It can work this way. We could be men that kill it in business and cry when we're sad. Doesn't make us a pussy, it doesn't make us soft, it makes us a human, it makes us relatable, because that's another thing you can do to help your daughters know that these lines are so blurried and they could be whatever they want. It's not this black and white. You can cry in front of your kids, you can laugh in front of your kids and you could be strong in front of your kids. Right because we about to gray the shit up out of this place. Don't have to be black and white. No, you listening to dad's with Swag. We won't about to get in some of this. Jennifer Lopez, you know hit us up on social media at your coach and you can always email me. Sean Shanof ONSOCOM or on a star worldwide network. Hit me up on Itunes, hit that subscribe button. Find US information on Dad's with SWAGCOM Jlo, I'm real. You are to break pretty women take. You only only move pop making lesson for you. Only that I can hooind me, love, me. Jud made so many men it's like they're all the same. I have the type on loving. It is now my home day and when I'm feeling sexy. Who's on the conform me. My only problem there in security on the phone. Yet where You d think about the relationship, and I'm gonna knows it, as we've been through the worst time in the best time, but it was out time, even if it was full time, that even looking at me, smiling, at me, laughing like we wasn't habit. But now I don't. Whenever growing and we get married, hard, straight talking baby, I ain't doing this. If not, I mean to get popping, rid, listening, nasty. You know me, but you still be feeling your baby wh people loving me, you need me, treat...

...me ungratefully, but not knowing that they makenna breaking me from loss. I leave it to the limit and I love it. Now I can breathe again, baby. Now I can breathe again. Now people streaming. What to deal with you? So so I tell them Bundy is what they don't hear me, do. They got life to the limit and I love it. Now I could breathe again, baby. Now I can breathe again. Where you sail drive, you're listening to Sean Alfonjo Dad's with Swag. Now back to Sean. What is up? Welcome back to dad's with swag. Hit US up on social media at your coach Saan can always email me, Sean Shan Alfonsocom if you got any comments, questions, topics you want to talk about her. If you want to be on the show hall at me. Man, if you're ever in a Phoenix metropolitan area, you want to slide through this amazing studio, come on down. I'd love to chop it up with you for a little bit. But UH, okay, back to the princess, the princesses. The princess is the princesses US Daddy's. We love our princesses. We love our women. By right, like Tupac said, we love our women. We got respect for our women. Nothing can come, ever come between us and our women. And that's the way it is, and it's okay. When you're little three year old wants to play dress up and wants to wear the same Cinderella dress every single day for a couple months and wants to walk around and high heel shoes and Tiaras, it doesn't mean that she's going to be a self centered, unmotivated, spoiled Brat when she gets older, especially if you throw on a bathrobe and pretend at your own princess dress, you put on one of them Tas and you become a princess with her, because the more princesses at the party, the better the party is. And then you guys take your sparkly princess dresses and you go out back and you shoot some hoops, and then you go from there and you do some playing around on a computer and then, before bedtime, you sit down and read a book on how to grow an empire. The only way our little princesses are going to grow up to be well rounded, strong, independent, caring, loving, supportive women is if we teach them now that they can be we show them that the only person in their life that can tell them they don't want to do something is them, or if they don't have a passion for something, it's them. They don't need to wait for a prince to come save them. They could build their own damn boat. They don't need to wait for a prince to buy them shit, because they got their own money and a man doesn't have to make more money. To them, they can make more money than men. But the truth of...

...the matter is, is it money that motivates them or is it love for what they're doing, because if they love what they do, they probably don't give a shit that the knuckle head next to them is making a couple more bucks. But it's our job, is dad's, to create this well rounded, independent, amazing woman. So get off your ass, get a little feminine in you and teach your daughter she could be a princess and ball like Tazzi, we out. Thank you for listening to Dad's whiss swag with your host, Sean Alfonso. Join US live every Thursday or on demand any time twenty four seven, right here at star Worldwide Networkscom.

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