I’m Teaching My Sons to Be Good Husbands for YOUR Daughters
Dive into the intriguing world of the mother who became famous, thanks to her series called “No Dusty Sons,” which revolves around the valuable insights she’s instilling in her seven-year-old son.
Meet the mother who is purposefully shaping her son to become a compassionate husband.
Payal Desai, content creator, and style blogger mother, is sharing her series of TikTok videos called “No Dusty Sons,” where she imparts valuable life lessons to her seven-year-old son to ensure his future partner won’t tolerate bad behavior.
The brave mom got candid and explained that she is doing it to break “generational cycles” of toxic masculinity. Desai teaches a variety of life lessons, from enjoying shopping therapy to encouraging her son to express his feelings in writing. She aims to help him become someone whose sudden outbursts won’t trouble another person’s daughter.
While her TikTok videos look playful, poking fun at the “dusty son” stereotype, all of the lessons are really serious. She explained that there was a serious reason for them.
Desai, who is a wonderful mother of two sons, Carter, 7, and Dev, 3, shared that her main purpose with this is to teach both of her sons “the power and the privilege they’ll have in our world as men.”
“I want them to be aware of this, to always be an ally, to understand the responsibility that comes with their role in life.”
She reassured that her husband is a perfect man, father, and supporter of their family by being a role model to their boys.
Desai mentioned that if parents teach young men to treat others fairly, be caring, and understand feelings, it can help change the old idea that men are always in charge. This way, we can make society more equal and fair.
Outdated stereotypes still linger in the 21st century, causing hurtful words. The brave ignore these, finding humor in old-fashioned phrases that should be left in the past. Parents play a big role in shaping their child’s character and success. This places a heavy responsibility on them, and their actions are often scrutinized.