(動名詞/現在分詞) 以自以為高人一等的態度向沒有子女的人說明父母教養子女的方式。亦寫成 parent-splaining。
I am getting tired of all the parentsplaining....
I'm sorry, but parentsplainers and abuse denialists no longer get to control this narrative.
—R.L. Stollar, "The Homeschool Lobby Now Has Public School Children In Its Crosshairs Too," No Longer Quivering, January 30, 2014
Broken down to its most basic elements, parent-splaining is defined as "parents explaining parenting to their childless friends." Whether they're outlining precisely why they can't hang out with their friends anymore in excruciating detail ("Like sorry dudes MY KIDS ARE ME NOW") or providing unsolicited lessons in what it's like to have the most important job in the world, parent-splainers get an enormous amount of attention when their tips and rants go viral.
—"Moms & Dads Parentsplain It All," STFU, Parents, May 16, 2014