The Next Stop on the Train

Posted: September 8, 2014 in Feminism, Game, Hypergamy, Life, Marriage, Men, Wife, Women

flushingSo, Manosphere articles, posts, blogs, and books can pretty much be summed up as always falling into one of three categories:

1) Female Hypergamy

2) The Male Need for Game

3) Watching 1) and 2) play out in real life

But I’m here to restate this question: How does it all end? Or, more accurately, what is the next Big Thing in male/female relations?

We’ve examined, over and over again, the actual and accurate basics of the Female Imperative. We’ve debunked, time and time again, the false claims of Feminism. More and more men are awakening to the Blue Bill Betaness inside of them, and realizing what their prospects are without nutting/Gaming up. More men are adopting some level of MGTOW, after seeing the awful deal that is Marriage 2.0. That’s not what I’m talking about right now. What I’m talking about now is, what will the next huge cultural shift be? What’s the future that results from all of this going to look like?

Will it be filled with frustrated Betas that finally decide to become MGTOW? Will there simply be less males in the world in NGWOTgeneral? Will the U.S. regress to an earlier time, like the return of Finishing School for women and male chivalry, or go extreme hardcore women-are-property like many countries in the Middle East? Or will enough men with enough power realize that shipping in beautiful wife trained women from other countries will shine an even greater light on how worthless the 21st century American female is? Or will we just go straight on Logan’s Run and say that nobody gets to live past the age of 30?

There aren’t really any stats that I’m aware of that track the number of married Beta men, as being a “Beta Man” isn’t an easily measurable demographic. So let’s look at this article from last year to examine the number of weddings in total:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/06/17/marriage-trends-demographics/2424641/

From 2007 to 2009, the number of marriages each year fell from 2.197 million to 2.080 million. The report estimates that more than 175,000 weddings have been postponed or foregone since the recession began.

Sociologist and demographer Wendy Manning, co-director of the National Center for Family & Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, says the projected wedding increases “might be overly optimistic.”

“They seem to think the number of weddings is going to increase. That’s possible,” she says. But “not all those marriages are going to be among those young people entering into their first marriages. The report is focusing on the Echo Baby Boomers entering into their marrying years, which is true, but my issue is that one-third of marriages are remarriages, and the remarriages are not among the young people.”

A report based on 2010 data issued by her center last year found that 31% of all people who married that year were remarrying.

The new forecast predicts the marriage rate to remain at the record low of 6.8 marriages per 1,000 population for 2013 (where it’s been since 2009) and notes that the rate was 7.3 in 2007, just before the downturn. In addition, the report predicts that when these couples take their first vows, they’ll probably be older than brides and grooms in the past. By 2015, the company predicts, the average age at first marriage will rise to 29.2 for men and 27.1 for women, up from 28.2 for men and 26.1 for women in 2010.

 

6.8 marriages per 1,000 people, with most of the remarriages being among the young, with everybody pushing 30 before getting married, with same sex marriages stats not even being fully tabulated yet. And now, the number of divorces:

http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/marriage-divorce.htm

Marriage and Divorce

Data are for the U.S.

  • Number of marriages: 2,118,000
  • Marriage rate: 6.8 per 1,000 total population
  • Divorce rate: 3.6 per 1,000 population (44 reporting States and D.C.

That’s an astonishingly low number of people even braving the waters of marriage, with over half of them wanting out, with women initiating said outness 60-70% of the time:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/homo-consumericus/201311/do-men-or-women-file-divorce-more-often

http://www.divorce-lawyer-source.com/faq/emotional/who-initiates-divorce-men-or-women.html

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/relationships/10357829/Why-do-women-initiate-divorce-more-than-men.html

So if we’re assuming a 5% Alpha Rate, that means that 2 million or so of these marriages(when factoring in Gammas and Deltas) are Beta Marriages. Everyone keeps claiming that the current climate is unsustainable, for genetic, social, and economic reasons(and yes I know those stats are not broken down by age or ethnic group). They say that neither Beta Men nor the State are going to be willing to keep furnishing women with all the rights, all the property, all the education, full control over the children, and all of the income forever, 042014_marrying_807with men paying the bill either through taxes, alimony, or child support.

So what’s the next step?

Every state rushing to legalize prostitution? Doubtful, but if you want to read an experienced perspective on that, check out The Honest Courtesan.

My personal feeling is that Polygamy will begin to surge in the U.S.; with women experiencing less and less available men, they will be more honest about their desire to share an Alpha Male than be stuck somewhere with a schlubbing Beta.

There also might be room for Marriage 3.0….something that on the surface seems more equitable for men, but again, it will be aimed primarily at the Beta Men still wanting to marry.

So what do Manospherians think? What will the next big Cultural Shift be?next-big-thing-ahead

 

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Comments
  1. The Scolds' Bridle says:

    I hate to say “it depends”, but it does.

    It mostly depends on whether the female imperative continues to cast themselves as victims because their demands are not yet 100% satisfied.

    This will determine whether we drift into a more sustainable dynamic, or whether they continue to push it until large groups of men just “snap” from the diabolically disadvantaged position they are put in, where nothing they think matters, and they are never to have their wants or needs met until absolutely everything women want gets provided first.

    I am hoping for the former, but bracing for the latter.

  2. The Scolds' Bridle says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2263471/Humiliated-YouTube-Video-North-Lanarkshire-schoolgirl-punching-teenage-BOY-face-6-times.html

    This does not bode well for an eventual truce in the gender war. It predicts that it will get worse and worse until the men hit the breaking point. Islam will reach a young man like this, and give him permission to defend his honor. Christianity will tell him to be “nice” and be understaaaaaaaaanding of her “problems”.

    It would be fun to see the looks on the young womens’ faces when that magic moment occurs and the men, collectively, like a flock of birds, turn.

  3. The Scolds' Bridle says:

    Such preaching is rare indeed. Pastors are almost universally squeamish about confronting sin.

  4. Tarnished says:

    Depends on whether people start to realize that feminism isn’t about equality, and hasn’t been for quite a while.

    I fully anticipate MGTOW becoming the “go to” stance of young men within the next 20 years. Ialso believe that it wouldn’t be too unprecedented for the US government to pass a Bachelor Tax on anyone who remains single *and* childfree after age 35. Other countries have done it in the past…why not here? Of course, if they know what’s good for them, this tax will be levied against women as well as men to avoid riots due to blatant gynocentrism.

    MGTOW is my bet for a good percentage of future men, and I cannot blame them. Were I a straight Western man, I’d do the same.

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