The cityâ€™s Human Resources Administration (HRA) launched the campaign in March to warn teenagers about the burdens of being a young parent. But the posters displayed city-wide send a larger message to all residents: Children ruin your life.
A similar ad campaign from the Candieâ€™s Foundation (started by the fashion company by the same name) printed celebrity-endorsed messages like, â€śYouâ€™re supposed to be changing the world â€¦ not changing diapers,â€ť and â€śRaising a baby can cost over $10,000 a year; one night could cost you more than you think.â€ť
Both campaigns spread the message that kids cost a lot of money and carry a lot of responsibility without mentioning the joys of child rearing. And teen moms wonâ€™t be the only ones to see ads denouncing children. In busy New York City, young women with jobs and husbands will also see the ads. They could be considering children, but ads that present only the...
Why should we be shocked at the world's attitude regarding children?
How many professing Christian's have the same attitude? Especially if you have more than two. But of course, we just don't come right out and say it, we clothe our self righteous attitudes in religiosity, calling it good "stewardship".
"Both campaigns spread the message that kids cost a lot of money and carry a lot of responsibility without mentioning the joys of child rearing"
America and the other western nations are going to run out of children because of mammons philosophy.
"Make money not kids" will provide the nation with major health problems such as how to afford taxes and healthcare when all you have is old age pensioners and no young to pay taxes and do the hard work.