THE LIES OF FEMINISM
1 ) MEN DON'T CARE AS MUCH ABOUT SEX
A new study by Match.com found that 81% of single men say sex is now less important to them than it was pre-pandemic. The study's authors attribute this trend to a "perfect storm" of biological and societal reasons brought on by COVID-19, including decreased levels of dopamine and testosterone, increased stress, and a shift in priorities towards relationships and emotional well-being. The study also found that rates of casual sex are down and more people are taking their time to find long-term stability in a partnership, with men leading the way in this shift towards a more wholesome dating culture.
2) PEOPLE ARE CHOOSING PETS OVER PARTNERS?
A study by Mattress Online found that 64% of people are more likely to choose their pet over their significant other if the two don't get along. 80% of participants said that having an animal actually strengthened their relationship and communication and reduced stress levels. Half of those involved in the research admitted that they'd let their pet interrupt sex, and most of those surveyed said that their pet smelled better than their partner's breath. Mattress Online CEO Steve Adams advises that sleeping with a pet may disrupt sleep and advises to weigh the risks and benefits before doing so.
3) MEN PEAK AT 50
A 2018 study published in the journal Science Advances found that the desirability of men and women on a popular online dating service varied by age. The study found that men's desirability peaked at age 50 while women's desirability started high at 18 but decreased from there. The study also found that a man's desirability increased with education, while a woman's did not see any additional benefit after obtaining an undergraduate degree. The findings of this study align with previous data from dating site OkCupid in 2010, which also found that men tend to focus on younger women while dating.
4) 1 IN 5 moms have kids with multiple dads, study says
A study by Cassandra Dorius, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, found that 1 in 5 American mothers have children with different birth fathers. When looking at mothers with 2 or more children, that figure increases to 28%. The study also found that this phenomenon is more common among minority women, with 59% of African-American mothers, 35% of Hispanic mothers, and 22% of white mothers reporting children with more than one father. Additionally, the study found that women with low income and little education were also more likely to have children with different birth fathers. The study's author stated that this type of family structure can lead to more stress for everyone involved and that these mothers tend to be more disadvantaged in terms of employment, income, and education.
5) LOW EDUCATED MEN ARE MOST LIKELY TO HAVE MULTIPLE KIDS
A new study by Child Trends estimates that 15% of men will father children with more than one woman by the age of 40. The study found that most men who had children with multiple partners – just over 70% -were married at the time that one or more of their children were born. The study also found that men were more likely to have children with more than one mother if they had their first sexual experience at a young age, if they fathered their first child at a young age, or if their first birth occurred outside of marriage or cohabitation. The study also found that 61% of men who fathered children with multiple women had served some time in jail, compared with 28% of men who fathered children with only one woman.
6) WOMEN SWIPE RIGHT EVERY 4 OF 100 PROFILES
According to an internal survey by dating app QuackQuack, a male user views 100 profiles and likes 35 of them while a female user views 100 profiles and likes only 4 of them. The survey also noted that a male user chats with 10 user profiles while a female user chats with 25 user profiles on average. The platform has announced that it has reached nine million Indian users and is currently on-boarding around 18,000 new users daily since the lockdown was announced. The majority of QuackQuack users come from tier 2 and 3 cities.