Isn’t this the natural end-game of the man-hating Feminist dystopia?
Maybe they have already mastered those rules of how to drive away any self-respecting man, long before they got anywhere close to the point of ‘marriage’.
The number trying to start a family without a father has leapt by a third in two years.
The latest figures show 1,272 women registered to have fertility treatment without a partner in 2016 – up from 942 in 2014.
Experts say these are not necessarily career women, but often people who have simply failed to find Mr Right.
They’re powerful women. They don’t need men for anything. Except maybe to kick-start their baby-maker. That’s a two-person job.
But even that she’s willing to outsource to some guy who did his part into a cup, probably while looking at porn. And people say romance is dead?
Vicky explained: ‘I’ve always wanted to be a mum and it’s so much more important to me than being with a partner. It’s the number one goal of my life, and when I was 28 I decided why wait any longer and let’s do this and so embarked on having little Alfie.’
She defended her decision to go deliberately become a single mother, arguing that Alfie, now two, was a wanted child and so had a great start in life.
It really was “all about her”.
Here’s another one:
Jo had always believed she would have children with her long term partner, but when she found herself suddenly single at 37 she worried that she would never get the chance to be a mother.
Conscious of the fact that her own mother had gone through an early menopause, Jo decided to get a fertility test called the anti-mullerian hormone test (AMH), which revealed that she had a low egg reserve.
Jo continued: ‘I tackled it a little bit like online dating. When you’re looking for a donor you get profiles of them and I was looking for somebody who had similar looks to my family, who was tall because we’re all tall in my family.
‘I wanted somebody who was the same blood group as me so should that ever be an issue with Milo in the future I’d have the option to be a donor for him.
Then Jo’s story takes a turn:
Now Milo is a little older, Jo says he is starting to understand where he came from and has accepted that he doesn’t have a father.
She said: ‘We had a school friend round a few weeks ago that said, ”Why don’t you have a dad?” and he was like: ”Well my mummy really wanted a baby and she didn’t have a boyfriend at the time who could be a daddy, so she went to the doctor and this all happened.”
‘He’s very OK with that as a concept because it’s just normal for him.’
The first study points to the predictors for domestic violence against children… and why being in a home without a dad is dangerous to them. (Who is the most likely person to beat or kill a child, and why? It isn’t who we’ve been led to think!)In the ranking of “most ideal” to “least ideal” parenting situations, we might expect the first two rankings: intact family, and shared custody at #1 and #2 options respectively, but the next two run exactly opposite to conventional wisdom.
The second study relates to the value of children spending the night with the non-custodial parent. It doesn’t produce any “harm” in being away from the primary custodial parent, and actually benefits the child, including diminished post-split parental conflict when parents share custodial responsibilities.
The third study studies the Causal Effects of Father Absence. It was a meta-study in which peer-reviewed studies examined the connection between father absence and social-emotional development. Behavioural problems which hampered cognitive ability were higher when the father was absent.
FATHERS: Studies Prove They’re Not Obsolete After All!
Yeah, however much mommy dearest might want to stroke her ego with that custom kid or be scared that she’s run out of road in her fertility years because she took Sex In The City as a roadmap to dating there are IMPLICATIONS to think about. And it isn’t just how it makes YOU feel, you selfish harpy.
Here’s a story that’s relevant to the news. Can you guess what it is?
Here’s just one gem from the rich vein in that article:
the eminent criminologists Michael Gottfredson and Travis Hirschi, who have written that “such family measures as the percentage of the population divorced, the percentage of households headed by women, and the percentage of unattached individuals in the community are among the most powerful predictors of crime rates.”
Fatherless kids are a social problem?
But.. But… but…
…what about feelings and validation?
If that was so important, maybe waiting until your thirties to start asking those questions wasn’t a great strategy.
ClashDaily.com’s, Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles how-to book:
In ‘Raising Righteous and Rowdy Girls’, Doug Giles reinforces the notion that little women don’t need to be pampered by their fathers to turn out right. And having met his beautiful daughters, I know his philosophy works. As a strong-willed woman who thinks her daddy is the greatest guy in the world, I can tell you this is a must-read for every man who hopes to earn the same title. —-S.E. Cupp Best Selling Author & Fox News Analyst
We’ve all wondered for a long time, but it looks like medical science has finally determined the problem.
It’s spreading like a plague. For some reason, Liberals are losing their ever-loving minds.
Trump Derangement — and Romney Derangement before that — and Bush Derangement before that are only the tip of the iceberg.
What is driving them so berzerk?
Looks like we’ve found an answer:
A liberal walks into the hospital and asks for an X-ray of its skull. Doctors confirmed what we already feared. Here’s the sad diagnosis…
That’s the ladies’ version. You can get it here.
Don’t worry. There’s one for the guys, too.
You can get the guy’s version here.
And the best part? This shirt is made in the USA, printed in the USA, on an American-Made t-shirt press!