- Amir Michail
Parents should have no say in how their children are raised.
Children don't pick their parents, so why should their parents have any say in how they are raised?
Shouldn't society determine how all children are raised? At least they would fit very well into the society. Moreover, it's probably better to be raised in a way determined by an entire society rather than one determined by some random parents in that society.
A direct (not representative) democracy could be used to determine how a society raises all of its children. The resulting legally binding parenting guide could change over time.
Sure, not all children are the same. But the parenting guide could take that into account.