- Sep 17, 2016
Note: My words in Blue
- In 2018, there were around 15.05 million families with a female householder and no spouse present in the United States.
- In 2018, the marriage rate in the United States stood at 6.5 per 1,000 people of the population. This is a decrease from 1990 levels, when the marriage rate was 9.8 marriages per 1,000 people.
- Over the past 30 years, the birth rate in the United States has been steadily declining, and in 2018, there were 11.6 births per 1,000 of the population. In 1990, this figure stood at 16.7 births per 1,000 of the population.
- As of 2009, the average length of a first marriage in the U.S. was 8 years. The average age men were at when they went through their first divorce was 32, for women this was 30. The average length of a second marriage was about 10 years.
- 21 Compelling Motherless Children Statistics https://brandongaille.com/19-compelling-motherless-children-statistics/
- 63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes (US Dept. Of Health/Census) – 5 times the average.
- 85% of all children who show behavior disorders come from fatherless homes – 20 times the average. (Center for Disease Control)
- 71% of all high school dropouts come from fatherless homes – 9 times the average. (National Principals Association Report)
- 85% of all youths in prison come from fatherless homes – 20 times the average. (Fulton Co. Georgia, Texas Dept. of Correction)
- In 2000 the rate of divorce per 1000 was 8.2%
- In 2014 the rate of divorce per 1000 was 6.9%
- The divorce rate in America for first marriage is 41%
- The divorce rate in America for second marriage is 60%
Dont get lost in the wall of statistics but they do play a somber tune and a warning to those who heed to their story. Two more stats people will see and think well that is good, and at first it is until you factor in other problems. For example divorce rates have fallen the last 40 years and teen pregnancy has also drastically fallen.
But we must understand the culture shift in 2020. Marriage has become unpopular and cohabitation is on the rise. Making divorce a dropping percentage. And the fall of teen pregnancy is directly linked to technology changes in the field of pregnancy prevention.
Nationwide, although the prevalence of ever having had sexual intercourse decreased overall during 2005–2015, closer examination of the data indicated several distinctions by sex, grade, and race/ethnicity. First, among students overall, significant linear decreases were observed among all sex and race/ethnicity subgroups except white students. Second, decreases were seen among 9th and 10th grade students, but not 11th and 12th grade students.
During 2005–2015, the United States experienced significant shifts in various influences that might have affected these findings, including changes in technology and the use of social media by youth, requirements and funding for education, and innovations in and federal resources for human immunodeficiency virus infection, STI, and teen pregnancy prevention.
So in conclusion of the above what do we have?
A decreasing marriage rate.
A increasing cohabitation rate.
A decreasing fertility rate, in fact we are no longer replacing the death rate.
A home without a biological female can be damaging to a family.
A home without a biological male can be equally or possibly even more damaging to the family.
Divorce rates are 41% within the first marriage.
The teen sexual activity has decreased which is good but the reasons for the results could be signs of other problems (for example technology is making social skills very difficult to practice)
85% of all youths in prison come from fatherless homes – 20 times the average.
Our public education have become breeding grounds for destroying the traditional family as organizations like Planned Parenthood push their agenda on our young kids that are explicitly taught to reject their parents traditional views.
K-12 schools are bringing drag queens into the classroom to teach gender ideology
A North Carolina school district's pro-LGBT character the "gender unicorn" is being used for a training session in which faculty are told parental involvement may not be required for students struggling with gender identity issues.