Good news today is very rare.
It's rare in part because it doesn't sell, thus main street and alternative media has no reason to report it.
It's rare because society as a whole is deteriorating in terms of quality and caliber.
It's rare because government policy (at least in the west) celebrates losers over winners.
And it's rare because anytime something good is attempted the established powers often prevent it from happening.
But one got past the goalie and I'm happy to share it. So please share this good news as well because we earned this one.
During my research for "How Not to Become a Millennial" I was compiling data on family formation. I was absolutely certain that along with the decrease in marriage rates, increase in divorce, and a deterioration just about every other sociological metric, out of wedlock births would be up. But to my surprise it wasn't. It was actually down. And not only down, but sharply down from 2008.
I'm sure there are many and valid reasons for this, some more official than others. But I cannot help but notice that 2009 is when bandwidth on the internet not only allowed for blogs, but podcasts and youtube channels. It also coincides with an explosion in social media where people regularly exchanged and posted their political opinions on the internet.
Now the "official stance" according to the dinosaur media, college, government and education industry is that single motherhood is perfectly fine and acceptable. And not only is it fine and acceptable, it's brave, courageous, and amazing. So fervent did this narrative become, single motherhood became more of a cult and single mom worship became the norm. But that was the official stance.
The "unofficial stance," I argue, didn't finally get out into the public until the citizens' media in the form of the internet had the bandwidth and platforms to do so. And while Oprah, the Democrat party, and every ancient washed up women's print magazine in the world was still towing the "She Works Hard for the Money" line, young women started noticing on;
Blogs they read
Podcasts they listened to
YouTube channels they watched,
and most certainly
their social media accounts
that men were sick and god damned tired of the 24-7, non-stop, "rah rah single mom" worship-bullshit and distinctly did not like, want to worship, nor want to marry, single moms.
Not only was this "unofficial stance" against single moms, but it was so vehement, so clear, and so consistent that young women actually started to pay attention. And while I'm sure some education, access to birth control, and other sociological variables are in part to explain the collapse in single motherhood, I would bet my left nut that men letting their honest opinions about single motherhood be known publicly on the internet has scared young women straight into not fucking up by becoming a single mom.
This is a rare victory for people in the red pill/manosphere/alt media. Where pushing
There also gives hope that other messages can be spread through the internet to counter the lies of the mainstream and established media. Perhaps we can convince blacks that the democrats are INDEED NOT THEIR FRIENDS. Perhaps we can convince women that not every guy is a rapist, sexual assaulter. Perhaps we can convince young people that they should major in something wise and not some dumbass liberal arts degree. Perhaps we can even get Gen Z boys to hit the gym, be masculine, and act like American men, and Gen Z girls to be cute, be feminine, and maybe not hate men.
I know it's a long list. But if you can get YOUNG WOMEN to listen to you, you can get anybody to do the same.
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