In 366 metropolitan areas, single and childless women aged 22-30 are out-earning men by 8%. Is this a victory for feminism?
- the differences in pay between men and women are due to women’s choice to subordinate career choices to the task of having and raising children
- the same changes that are funneling women into careers are making it harder for women to marry, stay married and to have children
- more women than men are graduating from higher education because women dominate higher education – almost all teachers are women
- education is run by women for women and they do not respect the needs and learning styles of men
- this means that there are fewer and fewer educated, high-earning men available for women to marry
- but women are unhappy with this because they want a man who they can look up to, and who can take care of them
- women need to realize that when there are no men left for women to marry, women are less happy
- in fact, women are delaying marriage more and more, because they are focused on education and career – not families and children
- relationships are subordinated to education and career, so the only kind of relationship that is left is hook-up sex
- this is also fueling the trend of more women of all classes and education levels who are having children without men
- the take-away message from this new statistic is that there is no wage-gape based on discrimination
There NEVER WAS any wage-gap based on discrimination. Women used to make sensible choices regarding work to have more time for families. One women eschewed marriage and children, in accordance with the teachings of third-wave feminism, the wage gap disappeared.
This podcast is Dr. Morse at her best. Do not miss this podcast, especially if you are a man. If you are even thinking about getting married, then you need to marry someone who can discuss these issues intelligently, like Dr. Morse can. Frankly, when I listen to Dr. Morse it makes me want to go out and get married right away. If any woman can understand men and marriage like this, then there must be others who can do it. And being married to someone who understands men and marriage would make me very happy indeed. Hooking-up and co-habitating is not the right way for women to prepare for marriage. But learning to study and speak about these issues like Dr. Morse is excellent preparation for marriage.