Global economic collapse, world war III, fall of the west, and the twilight end of feminism

In this thread we discuss global economic collapse, the collapse of complex societies, a world on the verge of a new world war, and what will happen to both feminism or women in general concerning the inevitability of entirely collapsed societies.

This thread of mine is formatted in a journal like manner where it will be continuously ongoing.

America’s sex recession could lead to an economic depression

Forget the trade wars, automation, and even the skills gap. The real threat to the U.S. economy may be that fewer Americans are in the mood for love.

Forget the trade wars, automation, and even the skills gap.
The real threat to the U.S. economy may be that fewer Americans are in the mood for sex.
That could be a serious problem for a wide ranging list of sectors from real estate, to apparel, to condoms.

Forget the trade wars, automation, and even the skills gap. The real threat to the U.S. economy may be that fewer Americans are in the mood for love.

Well, not love, but sex. Enduring reports of America’s sexual recession are a sign of a serious problem for a wide-ranging list of sectors from real estate, to apparel, to condoms.

Before getting into why the falling sex rates, especially for younger Americans, threatens our GDP, it’s important to address why the trend is happening in the first place.

To that end, there’s a bit of a “chicken or the egg” question to ask here: is America facing economic challenges because younger Americans are having less sex? Or are younger Americans having less sex because of their unique economic challenges?

A 2018 Census Bureau report would suggest the latter, noting that economic security is a high priority for Millennials when they seek marriage or serious committed relationships.

Based on that data, it makes sense that the millions of Americans who entered adulthood during the Great Recession a decade ago are more skittish about marriage and sex. The Great Depression era saw the U.S. birth rate hit an all-time low in 1936. Since birth control was much less available back then, it’s fair to assume sex in America fell sharply during that time as well.

But the economy has been steadily growing for more than 10 years now, which encompasses most of the adult lives for Americans under 30. The enduring reports of lower sex rates despite the overall economic recovery have led to diverging explanations.

Some experts focus on the fact that Millennials are dealing with growing student loan debts, making their economic reality much worse than when previous generations were their age. But it also turns out that student loan debt isn’t the top source of debt for Americans aged 23 to 38; it’s credit card debt.

The drop in sex rates and marriage rates are clearly related. Fewer people making adult connections simply leads to a decline in both, and you don’t need to be an economic genius to know that fewer marriages and children weaken economic demand overall.
That fact shifts us to pinpoint the differences in millennial lifestyles, and that brings us back to some common sense wisdom about life, relationships, and sex.

Sex has always been a part of the human courtship ritual, but the widespread availability of birth control in America made it a more regular aspect of dating. Yes, there’s plenty of casual “no strings” sex available on Tinder and Grinder. But the drop in sex rates and marriage rates are clearly related.

Fewer people making adult connections simply leads to a decline in both, and you don’t need to be an economic genius to know that fewer marriages and children weaken economic demand overall.

A number of studies have recently blamed the fall in sex and marriage rates on technology and the new opportunities it gives young adults to withdraw from in-person human relationships. Everything from online porn to sophisticated video games, to social media is being used by many as a substitute for real human contact, especially for men.

The male tendency to seek these substitutes may be the biggest single reason why sex and marriage rates are dropping. A new Cornell University study shows that women are still likely to be more attracted to and want to marry men with stronger economic prospects.

In other words, despite decades of positive strides for women in the workplace and beyond, women still find a wealthier man more attractive. So men still have to work harder to attract women. But now they have porn, video games, and other technology to provide them with much easier to obtain substitutes for that gratification. Avoiding the pressure to earn more to get more is likely also behind the multibillion-dollar race to create a realistic sex robot industry.

Of course, there’s an economic positive to this trend when we focus on teenagers. Teenage sex and pregnancy are also continuing to fall, bringing relief to the economic and cultural devastation they often cause. Less teen sex is an example of increased national responsibility.

But for men in their 20s and beyond, the sex recession appears to be a symptom of a delayed entrance into the world of fully responsible adulthood. Beating the “failure to launch” trend isn’t just about moving out of your parents’ house, but it’s also about pursuing adult relationships and starting your own family.

No one is saying people should have sexual relationships if they have no real connection to another person. But declining sex rates are a sign of a corresponding decline in the adult relationships that stoke acceptance for the costs of dating to the costs of the trappings of domestic family life.

The sex recession seems like an even more menacing sign that technology, especially A.I. technology, is seriously weakening the primordial human desire to mate with other humans and do the work necessary to make that happen. That “work” has been an essential economic component since civilization began.

We’ve heard of the threats tech poses to job creation, but the drop in sex rates may be the clearest sign yet that tech’s challenges to modern love might be the biggest economic threat of all.

Millennials’ Lackluster Sex Lives May Doom The U.S. Economy

A decline in sex rates among young adult Americans could be a real threat to the GDP. “The economic issues are real and significant,” Christine Whelan, director of Money, Relationships and Equality Initiative in the School of Human Ecology at the University of Wisconsin told Today.com. Sexual intimacy is commonly associated with healthy relationships and overall wellbeing. If the so-called experts are to believed, millennials have “ruined” industries as varied as cruises, paper napkins, and diamonds.…

A decline in sex rates among young adult Americans could be a real threat to the GDP.
“The economic issues are real and significant,” Christine Whelan, director of Money, Relationships and Equality Initiative in the School of Human Ecology at the University of Wisconsin told Today.com.
Sexual intimacy is commonly associated with healthy relationships and overall wellbeing.
If the so-called experts are to believed, millennials have “ruined” industries as varied as cruises, paper napkins, and diamonds. Now comes word from a CNBC op-ed by analyst Jake Novak that the lackluster sex lives of the demographic group the media love to hate is hurting the broader U.S. economy.

The notion isn’t as crazy as it seems.

Researchers have taken note of the “Great American Sex Draught” for years. Data from the respected General Social Survey found in 2018 that 23 percent of adults said they hadn’t had sex in a year, an all-time high. The reasons for this phenomenon are both sociological and economical including the fact that record numbers of young adults continue to live with their parents.

Novak argues that the “sex recession” is weakening what he calls “the primordial human desire to make with other humans and do the work to make that happen.” The “work” he’s talking about refers to the money people spend in their search to meet someone special, which can be considerable, Match.com estimated in 2016 that the average unmarried adult spent $1,596 annually on dating.

All those flowers, tickets to concerts and restaurant meals can certainly add up though it’s hard to imagine that the “Sex Recession” could cause an economic depression, as Novak suggests.

It is my firm belief that regarding the male incel situation only half of it is based upon looks or psychological interactions, for me the rest is due to economic consequences, more specifically what happens when you reduce a majority of men to economic social disposability.

In celebration of a future yet to come and be realized all throughout the west.

In Venezuela, they were teachers and doctors. To buy food, they became prostitutes.

At a squat, concrete brothel on the muddy banks of the Arauca River, Gabriel Sánchez rattled off the previous jobs of the women who now sell their bodies at his establishment for $25 an hour.

“We’ve got lots of teachers, some doctors, many professional women and one petroleum engineer,” he yelled over the din of vallenato music. “All of them showed up with their degrees in hand.”

And all of them came from Venezuela.

With inflation running in excess of 700 percent and the bolivar currency in free fall, finding food and medicine in Venezuela has become a frustrating, time-consuming task. Dayana said she often would spend four to six hours waiting in line hoping to buy a bag of flour. Other times she was forced to buy food on the black market at exorbitant rates. Hunger in Venezuela is rampant.

That has fueled a scramble to earn hard currency — Colombian pesos or, even better, the U.S. dollar, which is the legal tender of Ecuador and Panama.

Dayana said that on a good night she makes the equivalent of $50 to $100, selling her services 20 minutes at a time.

“Prostitution obviously isn’t a good job,” she said. “But I’m thankful for it, because it’s allowing me to buy food and support my family.”

Selling sex is legal in Colombia, and even small towns have red-light districts where authorities look the other way. So while immigration police were actively hunting down Venezuelans selling trinkets and panhandling in Arauca’s central square, the women along brothel row said they were rarely harassed.

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/venezuela/article174808061.html

Prostitution in South Sudan is increasing in the severe economic crisis. After independence in 2011, the capital Juba became one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. It attracted investors and traders – and commercial sex became more common. Recently, the decline in crude oil production as one consequence of more than two years of civil war in the country, has been exacerbating poverty. As a means of survival, more and more girls and women opt for prostitution.

the world needs more sex-workers and less teachers teaching kids stupid shit that doesn’t get them anywhere in life

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Except in a lot of places prostitution is illegal and women have no desire in becoming sex workers anyways.

anywhere bible missionaries spread, easy sex is soon to go…

I don’t follow…

What do you mean?

like bible missionaries, catholics and puritans spread around the world shaming sexuality and getting politicians in their pocket passing anti-prostitution laws

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Agreed.

when has sex ever been ‘‘easy’’ to get?

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easy in places where prostitution is legal

Never, it can be easier compared to now though.

I would argue this is the era where getting sex is the hardest it has ever been historically.

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I would not disagree with that argument.

I would also agree that the difficulty is at its peak. Even in say the 1980s/1990s, it was easier. But soon after the 2010s, it will probably get easier assuming rapid changes detrimental to so-called “gender equality” and the fact men are truly starting to hate females on a macro scale. This is literally the worst era/timeline ever for a heterosexual male. It can’t really get any worse than this, the only potential futures would be ones in which it either stays the same or improves.

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Well shit, don’t look now, but it appears the United States just assassinated Iran’s top military general in an Iraqi airstrip via a planned coordinated airstrike.

Holy fuck, are we about to witness the greatest global happening of them all?
Happy fucking New Year indeed!

Can we look forward to feminoids getting drafted and conscripted as well? Come on ladies, if you don’t I’m going to hand white feathers to you all…

https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2020-01-02/four-rockets-hit-iraqi-military-base-near-baghdad-airport-police

I hope the Incels give a collective FUCK YOU to anybody who dares try to draft us to fight for Israel. There is no war I am even remotely interested in participating in except possibly a Civil War, either out of necessity or out of being able to legally exact revenge against SJWs and other degenerates.

Send the females instead. If we lose, who cares? Let Clown World fall.

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What did Iran do to deserve this? How does the US always somehow morally justify its acts of cold-blooded murder?

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Iran probably pissed off Israel by merely existing. It’s the only reason the USA continues to attack the Middle East.

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Just do it already you fucking pussies…