Why is a good man so hard to find? Blame the war on boys and men

Article here. Excerpt:

'Gina Thibodeaux, as Hannah Frishberg’s Post feature this week noted, is a single woman seeking a male partner in New York, preferably for marriage. She seems to have it all: beauty, success and youth (though at 38 she’s old enough to be tormented by the ticking of her biological clock). Alas, she says her luck with men has been so bad, she’s now considering living communally with girlfriends.

"Dudes these days just do less across the board,” she says. In particular, “they just don’t go out there and make money.”

Thibodeaux’s assertion was backed up by a recent academic study, as Frishberg noted, confirming that, yes, there is “shortage of economically attractive partners for unmarried women to marry.”

Hello? What did anyone expect?

As Dr. Helen Smith put it in her 2013 book “Men on Strike,” increasing numbers of men are boycotting marriage and fatherhood — and even engagement with women at all, except via commitment-free hookup culture.

But why wouldn’t they, after 50 years (dating from the onset of first-wave feminism in the ’70s) of relentless society-wide put-downs of the male sex.

Don’t take my word for it: Read Christina Hoff Sommers’ book “The War Against Boys” written almost 20 years ago. She documents, for example, how boys’ natural rambunctiousness was beginning to be diagnosed as a disorder and treated with drugs like Ritalin.'

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If the vaginated ones viewed men other than as ATMs with semen, maybe they'd be less crestfallen.

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On the one hand, men are lambasted for working harder and longer, leading to a "Pay Gap" and on the other hand women bemoan that men won't "go out and earn more" than they do.

Tough luck, women. You've let feminism go to far. It's not too late for you to join the campaigns against it but you'd best start soon.

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... it's hard-coded in the XX chromosome combination for women to find anything men do by and large to be "not enough". Exactly what purpose evolutionarily this serves isn't clear.

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