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[人格培养] "妞别上大学了,我给你首付买个房咱找个男朋友生娃吧!“买房砖家Kirstie Allsopp劝告女生。

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"妞,别上大学了,我给你首付买个房,咱找个男朋友生娃吧!“买房砖家Kirsty Allsopp劝告女生。

Allsopp baby remarks 'patronising'
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Kirstie Allsopp's suggestion that young women should ditch university in favour of finding a boyfriend and having a baby by the age of 27 are "rather patronising" to teenage girls, a leading headmistress has said.

Jo Heywood, head of Heathfield School, a girls' school in Ascot, said she applauded the property guru's point that girls should consider their futures, but said it had been spoilt by her talk of "boyfriends and babies".

In an interview with the Telegraph, TV presenter Kirstie suggested that it was time to speak "honestly and frankly" about fertility and the fact that it declines dramatically once a woman is in her mid-30s.

"At the moment, women have 15 years to go to university, get their career on track, try and buy a home and have a baby," she said. "That is a hell of a lot to ask someone. As a passionate feminist, I feel we have not been honest enough with women about this issue."

Allsopp later went on to say: "I don't have a girl, but if I did I'd be saying 'Darling, do you know what? Don't go to university. Start work straight after school, stay at home, save up your deposit - I'll help you, let's get you into a flat. And then we can find you a nice boyfriend and you can have a baby by the time you're 27."

She added that women have time to work on their career after they have had children.

"I don't want the next generation of women to go through the heartache that my generation has," Kirstie said.

"At the moment we are changing the natural order of things, with grandparents being much older and everyone squeezed in the middle. Don't think 'my youth should be longer'. Don't go to university because it's an 'experience'. No, it's where you're supposed to learn something! Do it when you're 50!"

But Ms Heywood said that youngsters need to make the right choices at the right time for themselves.

"Teenagers should always be encouraged to go to university or straight to work for the right reasons, and should be encouraged to choose the path which suits them - not the one that is likely to ensure they can buy property or have a baby by the most immediate route," she said.

"I would never encourage a bright teenager to ditch their university prospects for fear they won't 'have it all' in the future. I believe having it all is a total myth - it is more a case of doing what is right for you and making the right choices at the right time for you."

Writing for the Independent School Parent website, Ms Heywood said she thought that a graduate with a good degree would be likely to be able to buy their first flat around the same age as someone who has worked from the age of 16 or 18, if not sooner.

"I applaud what Kirstie is saying in principle - that girls should consider their future and security - but I think she spoils her point by suggesting abandoning university is the way forward and her talk of boyfriends and babies is rather patronising for the generation I am preparing for university and beyond."
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发表于 2014-6-12 22:25:04 | 显示全部楼层
四年后你们会明白。你们今天的努力基本上是扯王八犊子。改变你们命运的不是知识文化,主要是爹妈,长相。。。。还有你们村是不是要拆迁了!

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从互联网搬来的段子最好注明出处。  发表于 2014-6-13 22:55
给力!  发表于 2014-6-13 10:19

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五品知州(签证版优秀会员)

发表于 2014-6-12 22:26:24 | 显示全部楼层
另外考上大学的同学注意了,要记得和没考上或弃考的同学搞好关系,等大学毕业了好去他们的公司去打工!考上一本的要经常联系二本的,未来家乡的领导就是他们!二本的要跟大专的搞好关系,他们将是你们孩子的老师!

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哈哈哈  发表于 2014-6-12 23:12

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八分辅国公

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She's got a point
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发表于 2014-6-12 23:13:33 | 显示全部楼层
lol 那她是没生活在中国。我们从小每天看到的标语是“ 好好学习,天天向上”。 不牺牲自己学习,那有过去喊 咱们CHINK到今天喊 投资投资啊
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四品知府

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发表于 2014-6-13 00:27:33 | 显示全部楼层
完全同意读太多书有毛子用啊
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togaoxy 发表于 2014-6-12 22:25
四年后你们会明白。你们今天的努力基本上是扯王八犊子。改变你们命运的不是知识文化,主要是爹妈,长相。。 ...

哈哈哈哈哈
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发表于 2014-6-13 00:43:42 | 显示全部楼层
看到过一句话,每个人都渴望成功,每个人都可以成功,思想的启迪,智慧的光芒会点亮你的人生,充实你的心灵,成就你不平凡的一生。
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发表于 2014-6-13 00:44:59 | 显示全部楼层
说的有点极端,为了上头条吧

不过话糙理不糙,重要的是因才施教
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发表于 2014-6-13 00:55:21 | 显示全部楼层
可见在资本收益率为王的年代,各国都一样哦。叼丝的话,不论如何,不论哪里,都是叼丝。而高帅富则是不论到哪里都有类似的生活。作为叼丝一枚,还整天左思右想是否移民如何就业,其实,就算移民,也是叼丝……只不过把地理坐标变了下,环境反而更生疏……真是有些想去出家的冲动……
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