The Guardian to Women: 'Don't Settle,' There Is 'Joy' In 'Living And Dying Alone'

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Oct. 18, 2019

The Guardian makes the case for wine auntism.

From The Guardian, Oct 13, "'You don't have to settle': the joy of living (and dying) alone":
Data confirms that more women have begun to realize that there are far worse things than dying alone, which is great news for women but bad news for the patriarchy.

[...] CNN reports that there "are more single working women than ever," and by 2030, according to the CDC, "45% of working women ages 25 to 44 in the United States will be single". This inspired this spirited Twitter exchange:


That Twitter clash perfectly captures a growing cultural divide. [...]

For years, the feminist writer Linda Hirshman courted controversy by advising that marriage, unless to an exceptional man, is often a "bad bargain" for women. With every child a woman has, she sees her pay and long-term professional opportunities decline, particularly if she leaves the workforce for a significant period of time.

[...] Once dying alone is no longer scary to women, men lose power. So it shouldn't be surprising that some incels are outraged.

Keli Goff was recently nominated for two Emmy Awards for her work on the Netflix film Reversing Roe. She is a contributor to The Daily Beast and NPR affiliate KCRW's Left, Right & Center
I wonder if this is related to skyrocketing anti-depressant use and alcoholism among older women?









Meanwhile...

From The Daily Mail, Oct 16, "Giving birth sharpens the mind years later, study suggests as experts say women may benefit from oestrogen produced in pregnancy or receive a boost to their immune system while carrying a child":
[H]aving children may make women mentally sharper in later life, a study suggests.

They have 'younger' brains than women who have never had children, based on the MRI scans of more than 12,000 patients.

Even in middle age, their brains are up to six months younger, and having more children, up to five, appears to be better for grey matter. Experts believe that mothers may benefit from oestrogen, the hormone which is produced in pregnancy, or have a boost to their immune system from carrying a child.
Liberalism is a death cult.

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