Source: FIRE “Has The Sexual Revolution Failed” was a live debate on September 13, at the Ace Theatre in Downtown LA. The debate was moderated by Bari Weiss, hosted by her company, The Free Press, and sponsored by the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression
Not one of those women were born in the U.S.
It's much simpler than that. The reason men are struggling nowadays is because the sex ratio has gone up. There are now more single men than single women, creating more competition in getting women, which is a different from before. But you'll never hear anyone talk about this "elephant in the room." The reason the sex ratio has gone up is, first of all, men live longer than before, thanks to advances in medicine, healthier lifestyles, and the lack of wars. As recently as 20-30 years ago, a single man on a dating site had more options than now, because there were more simply more single women relative to the single male population than now. Also, the decrease in the divorce rate is keeping women married for a longer time than before. It's not surprising at all that Tinder or other dating sites are a sausage fest nowadays. In my 20s in the 2000s I still caught the tail end of the era when the sex ratio wasn't as prohibitively high as now, allowing men (even young men, but especially older men in their 30s/40s/50s) to have some chance of meeting women. That's all gone now. It's a very serious matter. That's why "incels" have become a new phenomenon.
great article, the one subset of population that seems to be over looked by the woman is the alpha widows to rode the cock carousel/sex and the city fairy tail until there mid thirties and then became bitter spinsters
Sexual liberation only exists in a society without crushing scarcity. Turn the clock back (or forward) to a point where life is short and brutal, and the sexlib nonsense blows away like so much dust.