unless you want your child to be sexually assaulted or murdered:
Nonetheless, many scholars and front-line caseworkers interviewed by The Associated Press see the abusive-boyfriend syndrome as part of a broader trend that deeply worries them. They note an ever-increasing share of America's children grow up in homes without both biological parents, and say the risk of child abuse is markedly higher in the nontraditional family structures.
Headlines like this pop up every other day or two.
Stepdad throws toddler into wall, kills him.
Stepdad takes 14yo step-daughter to strip club to molest her and have her molested by a group of men.
A google search would certainly turn up plenty more horrifics. And it's probably not confined to men being perpetrators.
The effect is probably something like what we're seeing with all these school teachers getting busted for fucking their students. The teachers have no biological connection to the students, and that helps the teachers rationalize away their evil behavior against the students.
Some might want to call it sexist or something else, but to me, the simple fact remains:
Moms - if you bring home men who are not the biological fathers of your sons and daughters, your sons and daughters will be sexually assaulted or murdered.
That, to me, is the only prudent advice. Children are just too vulnerable to leave to 'biological strangers'.
The same could be said for Dads (don't bring womyns home), I suppose, but I have a feeling the overwhelming majority of abuse/murder cases are perpetrated by men, not women.