segunda-feira, 26 de junho de 2017

Pesquisa: Homens Dizem: "Mulheres Não São Mais Mulheres". Por Isso Eles Não Querem Casar.

Pesquisa nos Estados Unidos mostra que as mulheres jovens estão querendo casar mais do que queriam há vinte anos, mas o homens jovens estão querendo menos. Por quê? A pesquisa mostra que a resposta dos homens é quase unânime: "as mulheres não são mais mulheres".

Essa é uma frase que eu digo há algum tempo de um jeito diferente: "as mulheres hoje em dia querem ser homens, viverem como os homens, e esperam que os homens as respeitem como mulheres. Não é possível".

O pensador Anthony Esolen usa termos mais poéticos, diz que as mulheres querem se igualar aos homens e assim o mistério feminino se perde e os homens perdem o encanto.

Suzanne Venker, autora de três livros sobre família, alerta as mulheres: "como vocês, mulheres, querem que os homens se casem com vocês, se vocês só falam mal deles e ainda recebem privilégios quando se divorciam deles? Ao contrário do que dizem as feministas, a ascensão profissional feminina não tem ameaçado os homens, tem apenas enchido o saco deles "

Isso tudo tem consequências terríveis para a sociedade: mais aborto, mais crianças sem pai, nem mãe, mais desespero, mais desamparo, mais dor, mais suicídio, mais casamento gay,...

Vejam o relato da pesquisa pelo site Life Site News.

Young men giving up on marriage: ‘Women aren’t women anymore’

Fewer young men in the US want to get married than ever, while the desire for marriage is rising among young women, according to the Pew Research Center.
Pew recently found that the number of women 18-34 saying that having a successful marriage is one of the most important things rose from 28 percent to 37 percent since 1997. The number of young adult men saying the same thing dropped from 35 percent to 29 percent in the same time.
Pew’s findings have caught the attention of one US writer who maintains that feminism, deeply entrenched in every segment of the culture, has created an environment in which young men find it more beneficial to simply opt out of couple-dom entirely.
Suzanne Venker’s article, “The War on Men,” which appeared on the website of Fox News in late November, has become a lodestone for feminist writers who have attacked her position that the institution of marriage is threatened, not enhanced, by the supposed gains of the feminist movement over the last 50 years.
“Where have all the good (meaning marriageable) men gone?” is a question much talked about lately in the secular media, Venker says, but her answer, backed up by statistics, is not to the liking of mainstream commentators influenced by feminism.
She points out that for the first time in US history, the number of women in the workforce has surpassed the number of men, while more women than men are acquiring university degrees.
“The problem? This new phenomenon has changed the dance between men and women,” Venker wrote. With feminism pushing them out of their traditional role of breadwinner, protector and provider – and divorce laws increasingly creating a dangerously precarious financial prospect for the men cut loose from marriage – men are simply no longer finding any benefit in it.
As a writer and researcher into the trends of marriage and relationships, Venker said, she has “accidentally stumbled upon a subculture” of men who say “in no uncertain terms, that they’re never getting married.”
“When I ask them why, the answer is always the same: women aren’t women anymore.” Feminism, which teaches women to think of men as the enemy, has made women “angry” and “defensive, though often unknowingly.” 
“Now the men have nowhere to go. It is precisely this dynamic – women good/men bad – that has destroyed the relationship between the sexes. Yet somehow, men are still to blame when love goes awry.”
“Men are tired,” Venker wrote. “Tired of being told there’s something fundamentally wrong with them. Tired of being told that if women aren’t happy, it’s men’s fault.”
eminism and the sexual revolution have simply made marriage “obsolete” for women as a social and economic refuge, but this is a situation that should not be celebrated by feminists, Venker says.
“It’s the women who lose. Not only are they saddled with the consequences of sex, by dismissing male nature they’re forever seeking a balanced life. The fact is, women need men’s linear career goals – they need men to pick up the slack at the office – in order to live the balanced life they seek.”
A cross section of research data from the Pew Research Center for the last months of 2012 shows the alarming trends for marriage and child-bearing in the US. One report published in mid-December said that the latest census data showed “barely half” of all adults in the United States are currently married, a “record low”. Since 1960, the number of married adults has decreased from 72 percent to 51 today and the number of new marriages in the U.S. declined by five percent between 2009 and 2010.
Moreover, the median age at first marriage continues to rise with women getting married the first time at 26.5 years and men at 28.7. The declines in marriage are “most dramatic” among young adults. Just 20 percent of those aged 18 to 29 are married, compared with 59 percent in 1960.
“If current trends continue, the share of adults who are currently married will drop to below half within a few years,” the report said.
Moreover, the link between marriage and childrearing has become disconnected in the minds of the so-called Millennial generation, those between 18 and 29. While 52 percent of Millennials say being a good parent is “one of the most important things” in life, just 30 per cent say the same about having a successful marriage, an attitudinal survey found.
The gap, of 22 percentage points, between the value Millennials place on parenthood over marriage, was just 7 points in 1997. The research found that Millennials, many of whom are the children of divorce and single-parenthood themselves, are also less likely than their elders to say that a child needs both a father and mother at home, that single parenthood and unmarried couple parenthood are bad for society.

3 comentários:

Isac disse...

Que as ideologias dominantes t~em mudado as mulheres para pior é fato, retirando-lhes a feminilidade e as reduzindo a chocadeiras!
Isso sem que percebam serem manipuladas, projetando-as na INFERNAL LUTA DE CLASSES X OS HOMENS!

Anônimo disse...

Isso é fato!

Sou funcionário público de um órgão ligado à "justiça". Vejo em quase todos os processos de divórcio, guarda de filhos e alimentos uma insanidade nas argumentações das mulheres e uma insanidade no comportamento delas em relação aos ex-maridos, principalmente no direito aos filhos. E o pior é que o tal "judiciário" é sempre inclinado às mulheres por conta da influência nesse poder e no ministério público da agenda feminista/socialista.

E pior ainda, o que dizer da igreja da TL e CNBB do B???


Pedro Erik disse...

Obrigado, por seu testemunho, caro Eduardo.
Pedro Erik