The White Female Underclass - a lost generation or on the pig's back ?

Spirit Of Newgrange

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And in keeping with other threads on here, it is only fitting that we turn our attentions to the above group.

It is beyond any doubt that we live in interesting times. All of the precedents of history are either gone or under serious doubt.

The previous norms from yesteryear ( say from the Bronze Age up to 1950 ) :

- Getting married, and doing so very young
- Having a ton of kids from a young age
- religious beliefs
- the woman's place is in the home
- often a significant age gap between husband and wife
- lack of education, wealth, freedom, ability to travel ( a car to the supermarket or a Ryanair weekend in Dubrovnik )
- societal expectations on heterosexuality
- few options on contraception, including abortion.
- often living in a world with a relative dearth of men ( wars, absentee due to work commitments, shorter life expectancy tied in to marrying older fellas)
- large nuclear families and extended families and social infrastructures down the street.
- relatively short life expectancy
- a stifling social climate of morals


Today :

- anything goes ?
- unattainable definitions of female beauty on every billboard.
- housing crisis causing a nightmare ?
- A welfare State beyond the dreams of yesteryear.
- Women rising to the top of the Labour market
- Unattached men immigrating into Ireland from far afield.
- Irish men being able to choose between irish women and a globalised marriage market further afield.
- the separation of sexual pleasure from the conception (pardon the pun) of procreation.
- the death of lifelong marriage as an institution.
- secular society and a relativistic morality.
- alcoholism, drugs, etc
- record breaking life-expectancy
- owning an iPhone is the same as freedom ?
- are women empowered or confused ?

Is the life of the Female Underclass a pig's ear or is it on the pig's back ?

Please keep the discussion polite and respectful at all times.
 
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silverharp

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you could add the rise in childless women in their 30's and 40's who cant keep a man long enough to procreate with. Somehow this is the men's fault
 

Spirit Of Newgrange

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you could add the rise in childless women in their 30's and 40's who cant keep a man long enough to procreate with. Somehow this is the men's fault
ah now. In the modern era, such thinking is surely looking a little old fashioned and possibly even judgemental ?
 

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And in keeping with other threads on here, it is only fitting that we turn our attentions to the above group.

It is beyond any doubt that we live in interesting times. All of the precedents of history are either gone or under serious doubt.

The previous norms from yesteryear ( say from the Bronze Age up to 1950 ) :

- Getting married, and doing so very young
- Having a ton of kids from a young age
- religious beliefs
- the woman's place is in the home
- often a significant age gap between husband and wife
- lack of education, wealth, freedom, ability to travel ( a car to the supermarket or a Ryanair weekend in Dubrovnik )
- societal expectations on heterosexuality
- few options on contraception, including abortion.
- often living in a world with a relative dearth of men ( wars, absentee due to work commitments, shorter life expectancy tied in to marrying older fellas)
- large nuclear families and extended families and social infrastructures down the street.
- relatively short life expectancy
- a stifling social climate of morals


Today :

- anything goes ?
- unattainable definitions of female beauty on every billboard.
- housing crisis causing a nightmare ?
- A welfare State beyond the dreams of yesteryear.
- Women rising to the top of the Labour market
- Unattached men immigrating into Ireland from far afield.
- Irish men being able to choose between irish women and a globalised marriage market further afield.
- the separation of sexual pleasure from the conception (pardon the pun) of procreation.
- the death of lifelong marriage as an institution.
- secular society and a relativistic morality.
- alcoholism, drugs, etc
- record breaking life-expectancy
- owning an iPhone is the same as freedom ?
- are women empowered or confused ?

Is the life of the Female Underclass a pig's ear or is it on the pig's back ?

Please keep the discussion polite and respectful at all times.
Would you ever f**k off.
 

sethjem7

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OPer - here's me thoughts about wimmin ownin' Iphones and not going to mass.
 

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Well if they are fufilling the second part of the threads question, hopefully they are giving the pigs a poke every now and again:D
 

Spirit Of Newgrange

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Kinda agree. They usually procreate fairly rapid, then cant keep them...
'them' being these fellas ? is this a good or a bad thing ?
 

Eire1976

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Every invention that men came up with for the home was to make their women's lives easier and easier.

But now we have a generation of women who look down their noses at any woman who is happy to stay at home and be a housewife, seeing this as akin to being in prison.

All the while fantasising of being a kept woman.

Have things changed so much socially because of the fact that its now impossible for a man to keep a family on one wage?
 
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you could add the rise in childless women in their 30's and 40's who cant keep a man long enough to procreate with. Somehow this is the men's fault
Rise? Its like a rocket lift off. But it's also an excellent time now to review your Pedigree Petfood/Whiskas shares portfolio.

Here kitty, kitty..

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And in keeping with other threads on here, it is only fitting that we turn our attentions to the above group.

It is beyond any doubt that we live in interesting times. All of the precedents of history are either gone or under serious doubt.

The previous norms from yesteryear ( say from the Bronze Age up to 1950 ) :

- Getting married, and doing so very young
- Having a ton of kids from a young age
- religious beliefs
- the woman's place is in the home
- often a significant age gap between husband and wife
- lack of education, wealth, freedom, ability to travel ( a car to the supermarket or a Ryanair weekend in Dubrovnik )
- societal expectations on heterosexuality
- few options on contraception, including abortion.
- often living in a world with a relative dearth of men ( wars, absentee due to work commitments, shorter life expectancy tied in to marrying older fellas)
- large nuclear families and extended families and social infrastructures down the street.
- relatively short life expectancy
- a stifling social climate of morals


Today :

- anything goes ?
- unattainable definitions of female beauty on every billboard.
- housing crisis causing a nightmare ?
- A welfare State beyond the dreams of yesteryear.
- Women rising to the top of the Labour market
- Unattached men immigrating into Ireland from far afield.
- Irish men being able to choose between irish women and a globalised marriage market further afield.
- the separation of sexual pleasure from the conception (pardon the pun) of procreation.
- the death of lifelong marriage as an institution.
- secular society and a relativistic morality.
- alcoholism, drugs, etc
- record breaking life-expectancy
- owning an iPhone is the same as freedom ?
- are women empowered or confused ?

Is the life of the Female Underclass a pig's ear or is it on the pig's back ?

Please keep the discussion polite and respectful at all times.

This is problematic for a few reasons:

1. Importing more males than females has to come at the expense of the native male population. If the Asians and the Africans get sex it comes at the expense of European men in any European nation with a gender imbalance.

The gender imbalance is problematic. Either 20 year old Henrik from Stockholm or 20 year of Mohamed from Somalia is getting sex a Sweden that has a gender imbalance among it's youth due to invasion.

European migrant crisis causing dangerous gender imbalance in region, expert warns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Gender imbalance a factor in Colonge as well?
https://www.ft.com/content/184dbfda-b9dc-11e5-bf7e-8a339b6f2164


2. Who are you physically attracted to? I'm ,generally speaking, physically attracted to White European women in a way that I'm not (again generally speaking) physically attracted to women from sub-Saharan Africa or the Indian subcontinent.
The newcomers seem to be at least or more physically attracted to White European women as "their own" women, giving a lot of European men more completion for sex.

3. Societies with gender imbalances tend to more violent. An excellent book, Unnatural Selction, goes into this in more detail.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unnatural-Selection-Choosing-Girls-Consequences/dp/1610391519/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1517406119&sr=8-2&keywords=unnatural+selection

Who feels the completion the most? Men in working class and lower middle class areas.
If you're in SW1 or D4 you have a degree of immunity, a nice car, a good income etc mean that you'll be able to attract more women than me at the other end of the economic scale. The men implementing these policies have that degree of immunity from competition so it's not as big a deal for them.
 

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Who feels the completion the most? Men in working class and lower middle class areas.
If you're in SW1 or D4 you have a degree of immunity, a nice car, a good income etc mean that you'll be able to attract more women than me at the other end of the economic scale.

Ah, but you have role models like Conor McGregor to fight your corner, while we're stuck with the likes of Ryan Tubridy to represent us!
 

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And in keeping with other threads on here, it is only fitting that we turn our attentions to the above group.

It is beyond any doubt that we live in interesting times. All of the precedents of history are either gone or under serious doubt.

The previous norms from yesteryear ( say from the Bronze Age up to 1950 ) :

- Getting married, and doing so very young
- Having a ton of kids from a young age
- religious beliefs
- the woman's place is in the home
- often a significant age gap between husband and wife
- lack of education, wealth, freedom, ability to travel ( a car to the supermarket or a Ryanair weekend in Dubrovnik )
- societal expectations on heterosexuality
- few options on contraception, including abortion.
- often living in a world with a relative dearth of men ( wars, absentee due to work commitments, shorter life expectancy tied in to marrying older fellas)
- large nuclear families and extended families and social infrastructures down the street.
- relatively short life expectancy
- a stifling social climate of morals


Today :

- anything goes ?
- unattainable definitions of female beauty on every billboard.
- housing crisis causing a nightmare ?
- A welfare State beyond the dreams of yesteryear.
- Women rising to the top of the Labour market
- Unattached men immigrating into Ireland from far afield.
- Irish men being able to choose between irish women and a globalised marriage market further afield.
- the separation of sexual pleasure from the conception (pardon the pun) of procreation.
- the death of lifelong marriage as an institution.
- secular society and a relativistic morality.
- alcoholism, drugs, etc
- record breaking life-expectancy
- owning an iPhone is the same as freedom ?
- are women empowered or confused ?

Is the life of the Female Underclass a pig's ear or is it on the pig's back ?

Please keep the discussion polite and respectful at all times.
The single most privileged and pandered class of humans to ever walk the planet: Western women of today.
 

silverharp

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ah now. In the modern era, such thinking is surely looking a little old fashioned and possibly even judgemental ?
if they are happy fine, if they are depressed about it its a pyrrhic victory for feminism
 

niall78

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The white male underclass who normally post a lot on these type of threads are conspicuous by their absence.

I suppose their mysogony has overridden their usual concern about the "poor whites".
 

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The white male underclass who normally post a lot on these type of threads are conspicuous by their absence.

I suppose their mysogony has overridden their usual concern about the "poor whites".
Oooooooooooor they think the OP is a load of cac.
 


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