Women Declare Victory Over Men

Have you seen Hanna Rosin’s video where she’s smugly celebrating the “End of Men.” You can have a look at it here.

Here are the largest growing jobs projected by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to the year 2016. All of them are women’s jobs except one or two, according to Rosin. But this will be corrected. Women are working on expanding Affirmative Action and Title IX to all the S.T.E.M. fields (Science, Technical, Engineering and Mathematics), to ensure there is no professional field in which women do not dominate. The feminized economy is here. Women are now excited that they are the majority of the workforce and that men are being economically marginalized.

I suppose they got what they wanted.

The question is why women think it a good thing that service jobs are the top growing jobs in the country. It may be that they don’t understand economics. Below is our trade deficit which is much larger now than in (2005):

I’m not sure women, at least the ones celebrating with Rosin, understand what a trade deficit means. In short it means that we don’t produce anything of tangible value to offer on the global market. Excitement about all this and the fact that men are out of work indicates they have little clue of what this all means for the future of our country. They are lauding the homogeneous service sector feminized economy, but they don’t understand the economic impact of marginalizing a nations men.

Strange, isn’t it?

They don’t seem to understand what the production of goods and tangible products means to an economy. Women are welcome to service everyone in our service economy, this is fine by me. But with as much political agency as women now have they would have fared much better in the long run by directing the government to do something more economically sound than abandon manufacturing and construction. And it is their call;  our government does what ever women tell them to do.

There is really nothing we can do now. Rosin has announced that she and all women will get us out of this mess and that men don’t have to produce anything any more. They insisted that the Stimulus Package be devoted to them….and it was… There is really nothing men should do now except drink beer, watch sports, play video games and collect unemployment until women rescue the economy.

Ms. Rosin was right, feminists lied to us about “the wage gap”. Women have been out earning men for years. It is only when they decide to have men take care of them does the gap show up at all. More on the wage gap HERE.

Women, I should also note, continue to have Affirmative Action in job hirings and college admissions despite the “End of Men.”

Rosin was also correct about the growing female dominance in education. A good thing according to her.

She also mentioned that women’s “empowerment” has affected marriage. Indeed it has, we now have the lowest marriage rate in American history:

….and the highest single mother birth rate in American history:

(Sorry the graph is a little dated we now have a 40% single mother birth rate and growing with significant trend momentum)

Women are getting exactly what they want, apparently. Our birth rates have dropped below replacement levels.
None of this is sustainable.

In other words, the United States is in grave danger.

In the meantime, I suggest that, as men, we continue to promote the conscious choice to not just liberate ourselves from the matriarchy, but to learn how to feed on it. No alimony and no child support to women and their children is a given. But we also need to learn how to take from them. Freely and without conscious or moral compunction.

This is the moment of truth for what remains of western male culture.

Women should now provide for men and our children in this new order.

If women form families they must now pay men alimony and child support should we decide to divorce them. Otherwise women should raise their own families. And that is perhaps what men with wives who are breadwinners should do; withdraw from the women and their families- and take what they can get as they exit.

Men fortunate enough to be unmarried should remain that way.

We will not have to worry about that, though, because in honesty the combination of hypergamy and economic primacy for women will be the final nail in the coffin for marriage. The more educated a woman is, the more money she makes on average. The more money she makes on average, the less likely she is to ever get married or have children.

Again, fine by me. This is what women want.  But they should not complain when economically disadvantaged men start putting an eye on that money.

Nor should they be surprised when we seek, not just an end, but an actual reversal to affirmative action for women in job hirings and college admissions. In fact, since it is the case that we now have separate and secular representation under law by gender in direct violation of The Constitution of The United States, we should now create affirmative action for men in all fields of work or study which men are a minority.

You want marginalized men, you get a marginalized mentality.

Men need to continue to find independence and liberation from women and their matriarchal families. This means an absolute rejection of chivalry. True female independence and liberation is here, right?

Let’s help them celebrate it with both, sawed off barrels.

Men must now begin to mount an offensive while defending our rights and our wellbeing. Men are beginning to understand clearly that women have finally proclaimed victory, and with it, “the end of men”. Everything women have sought after has come true for them beyond their wildest dreams.

And we will see that the net result is a entire class of women with the power to make the money, and that power will weigh on them like it has on men for thousands of years, like an anchor around their necks.  Perhaps we should tie rocks to the chains. The effect should prove even more interesting as they experience the consequences of their designed-to-collapse economic strategy.

After all, who are we to stand in the way of making a better world?

Denver Banning is the author of the Rebuking Feminism Blog.

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