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Why I Don’t Respect Single Mothers

As some of you who closely follow my YouTube channel may have heard, my girlfriend and I broke up a few months ago. Following the requisite 6 hour mourning period I did what any red blooded male would do and fired up the ol’ online dating accounts.

One thing any single guy north of 30 can tell you is that the vast, and I mean vast majority of women over 30 that have online dating profiles share two universal traits. They are overweight and have children. I’m not gonna lie, nothing sends me running for the hills faster than seeing she has kids, you know, besides being morbidly obese, obviously.

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As someone that has his own child from a failed relationship, I realize the inherent hypocrisy of this attitude, after all, by that logic I wouldn’t date myself, which seems harsh when I make sweet love to myself almost daily. This is why I feel it’s necessary to explain and defend my double standard. And so without further ado, here are the reasons I don’t respect single mothers.

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Women Leave, Men Grieve

I’m starting with this because I feel it is far and away the most important point for justifying the double standard. 60-80% of divorces are initiated by women. So just soak that in, there’s a roughly 70% chance that the single mom you’re eyeing up on okcupid made the unilateral decision to take a man’s children away from him, condemning him to a life of loneliness and what is more like indentured servitude than fatherhood, often using the children as leverage to always maintain the upper hand in the ongoing co parenting relationship. This fact goes a long way towards explaining the gargantuan disparity in suicide rates between the sexes, although some people seem to think it’s some kind of fucking mystery.

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Almost 20% of women have never been dumped in their entire lives, versus just 7% of men. There was a study that did the rounds in 2015 that showed when it came to non marital breakups the numbers were closer to 50-50, but I’ll be honest, I don’t buy it. I want a recount.

Anecdotally speaking from personal experience, I struggle to think of a single time I know of any guy in a relationship leaving his woman. Even the biggest alpha Chad I’ve ever known got dumped by his model girlfriend because she wanted to party and snort coke every weekend and he was like “no thanks”.

No, They Don’t Have Good Reasons For Leaving

In November 2016, a marriage counsellor wrote an article for the Muffington Post titled: Why Women Leave Men They Love: What Every Man Needs to Know in which he shares the most common reason women leave, and that reason? The men aren’t present. That’s right. They didn’t cheat, they didn’t beat, they didn’t abuse (not that it will save them from getting accused of it in family court), in fact they were loving and loved, but the woman left anyway, because the man was playing too much golf or poker or watching hockey or some shit.

Look, if you don’t have children, then whatever, more power to you, jump back on that cock carousel and ride it until the wheels fall off for all I care. Hell, I might be willing to toss you a pump & dump myself. But when you have a child and you decide to absolutely shit all over their future because you feel neglected? Nah, fuck no, sorry but fuck you. You are a selfish failure as a parent and you should have thought about this before you made the decision to bring another human being into this world. A human that needs their father to be present!!!

They’ve Condemned Their Child

The science is in, and it’s irrefutable. Children from single mother homes do not fair well. You may as well just take a baseball bat to their knees while you’re at it, at least then they will be as physically hobbled as they are emotionally.

I could ass blast you with an endless stream of studies that dive into this topic in minute detail, but far be it from me to gish gallop a busy shitlord like yourself. Instead I’ll just throw a few nuggets at you, as highlighted in a recent Lauren Southern video titled The War On Fathers.

  • 85% of all children that show behavioural problems come from fatherless homes
  • 63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes
  • 90% of homeless children and runaways come from fatherless homes
  • 71% of all high school dropouts come from fatherless homes
  • Children in single parent homes are at least twice as likely to suffer neglect (physical, emotional, educational)

Boys and girls who grow up in single mother homes are more likely to abuse substances, underperform academically, and be promiscuous which leads to teenage pregnancies and the cycle repeats itself. These kids are more likely to be abused, both sexually and physically. Jordan B Peterson believes they are hundreds of times more likely to be abused.

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And I’m sorry to tell you but no, a stepfather is not an adequate substitute. No disrespect to those guys that are doing their best, but the science also shows that children raised with stepfathers still suffer many of the same issues including early onset promiscuity.

Conclusion

For those of you reading this and getting deeply defensive shouting “but I was abused, I really was!” or “He left me!” Ok, that’s fine. I’m just playing a numbers game here and statistically speaking you are a failure. A miserable, selfish failure and your bastard children will probably grow up to be just like you, statistically speaking.

Personally, I’d rather spend the rest of my life jerking off to tentacle porn than try to trick myself into thinking I could ever learn to respect a lousy whore like you. No offense.

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