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Economic forces making men less appealing

Postby TD-40 » September 30th, 2017, 3:39 am

I sure wish I could post a link to the article but the software won't let me...

As manufacturing jobs are lost there is a loss in fertility and marriages.

NEW YORK (CNN) — If it seems like the number of complaints from your female friends about not being able to find a man is growing, we may finally know why.

Somewhere between 1979 and 2008, Americans decided it was much less worth it to get hitched: the share of 25 to 39-year-old women who were currently married fell 10 percent among those with college degrees, 15 percent for those with some college, and a full 20 percent for women with a high school education or less.

This great American marriage decline — a drop from 72 percent of U.S. adults being wed in 1960 to half in 2014 — is usually chalked up to gains in women's rights, the normalization of divorce, and the like.

But it also has a lot to do with men. Namely, economic forces are making them less appealing partners, and it ties into everything from China to opioids.
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Re: Economic forces making men less appealing

Postby Cornfed » September 30th, 2017, 4:35 am

Or to put in another way, females are now married to the government.
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Re: Economic forces making men less appealing

Postby Nailer » September 30th, 2017, 9:44 pm

Cornfed wrote:Or to put in another way, females are now married to the government.

It's not just welfare. Every make-work position in academia and government = married to the government. Every HR position and "good office job" = married to the government, since the corporations are the governing body of the land.
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Re: Economic forces making men less appealing

Postby jamesbond » September 30th, 2017, 10:01 pm

You now have millions of women in America asking, "Where are all the good men?" Which really means, where are all the men who have good paying jobs?
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Re: Economic forces making men less appealing

Postby Cornfed » September 30th, 2017, 10:18 pm

Nailer wrote:
Cornfed wrote:Or to put in another way, females are now married to the government.

It's not just welfare. Every make-work position in academia and government = married to the government. Every HR position and "good office job" = married to the government, since the corporations are the governing body of the land.

Yes, the ZOG consciously outbids other suitors for females on a case by case basis.
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