Wednesday, November 10, 2010

They Can Sow But Can’t Reap

Women Without Kids Up 80 Percent From 30 Years Ago -
The number of American women without children has risen to an all-time high.

"The number of American women without children has risen to an all-time high of 1 in 5, a jump since the 1970s when 1 in 10 women ended their childbearing years without having a baby, according to the Pew Research Center.

About 1.9 million women aged 40-44—or 18 percent—were childless in 2008, an 80 percent increase since 1976, when just 580,000—10 percent of those in that age bracket—had never given birth, the Census Bureau's Current Population Survey shows.

Childlessness has increased across racial and ethnic groups and most education levels, but has dropped among women with advanced degrees in the past decade, according to the research."

This is a startling statistic, but this is an AOL article so their arguments for this will be specious at best. They claim that delaying having kids and women's career opportunities are the cause.

To me the two most important reasons are left out. Far and away more people are scared shitless these days to have children if they have any sense whatsoever, whether it's because of grim economics or just the miserable state of the country and the world. But the main reason is that we're now swimming daily in a thick soup of chemical and electromagnetic pollutants which affect both sex's fertility. Explosive use of cell phones, BPA in plastics and bovine growth hormones have basically neutered men. As far back as 1992 studies showed sperm count in american men was less than half of what it was in 1940. Maybe the human species is evolving towards parthenogenesis anyway.


Anonymous greencrow said...

And what about those "vaccinations" for young girls to combat vaginal herpes? What about vaccinations, period....during all those years when we trusted them with our kids...what were they shooting them up with?


10/11/10 7:35 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Probably some sort of slow extermination as per their reptilian masters.
And I do mean that literally because of the decidedly deliberate anti life programs and deeds like depleted uranium.

10/11/10 2:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i can speak on this issue. as one who (surprisingly) found herself pregnant, i came to the conclusion that bringing a new life into this mess brings forth hope. and while i worry (like hell sometimes) about the future for my little one, i still need to realize i don't understand everything about life and why we come here. we each have our own purpose. how much of that is influenced i still don't know. but i have trust in this little being that she knew what she was doing coming here. that being said my focus is and will remain to be trying to better this world. funny how life changes you as just about 2 years ago i was ready to throw in the towel, withdraw and hole up.

11/11/10 12:22 PM  

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