A fashion designer who lived for 16 years in Communist China, where she raised her two daughters, celebrated her children being “co-parented by the Chinese government.”
Heather Kaye offered her sanguine opinion of communist China in an opinion piece in The New York Times.
Kaye chortled that she “laughed out loud” when viewing a picture online of an American woman wearing a T-shirt emblazoned, “I refuse to co-parent with the government.”
“In China, government co-parenting begins in the womb,” Kaye declared, noting the limits China had for years placed on the number of children parents could have and Chinese citizens are still forbidden from determining the “gender of their unborn babies.”
“I had to accept that my growing belly had become community property … restaurants would refuse to serve