Porn, Feminism Result in Heterosexual Breakdown

by Henry Makow Ph.D. — (Updated from Nov. 9, 2010) Nov. 4, 2013

A recent article describes heterosexual breakdown in Japan, a warning to the West of the consequences of Illuminati social engineering.
Young Japanese men and women aren’t having sex. The “celibacy syndrome” portends a demographic catastrophe. Japan’s declining population of 126 million is projected to plunge a further one-third by 2060.
” A 2011 survey found that 61% of unmarried men and 49% of women aged 18-34 were not in any kind of romantic relationship… a third of people under 30 had never dated at all...Although there has long been a pragmatic separation of love and sex in Japan – a country mostly free of religious morals – sex fares no better. … The Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA) found that 45% of women aged 16-24 “were not interested in or despised sexual contact”. More than a quarter of men felt the same way.”
The phrase “pragmatic separation of love and sex”  is a clue to what has happened. Thanks to feminism and porn, the two sexes no longer need each other. The sales of condoms is actually declining. Women are turned off because the culture is saturated with porn. Men are jaded and exhausted. Romance is dead.
These trends are already evident in the West.  According to Pew Research Center, only 37% of US women ages 18-34 say marriage is one of the most important things in their lives. For men, only 29 percent.
In the UK, “Over the past 30 years, …cohabitation has trebled,  babies born outside marriage has quintupled, and single-parent families has trebled… the rate of divorce has doubled; and half of all children now experience their parents’ divorce before they are 16.” (Source)
A cultural reaffirmation of marriage and family such as happened in the 1950’s is sorely needed. This must be led by young women who must reserve themselves for courtship, love, marriage and family. Sexually, they are pretty much the same. They must distinguish themselves in terms of being superior wives and mothers.



Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.