Friday, December 25, 2020

Brevities #10 "30% of women under 25 identify as LGBT"/ "7th year of Illinois population loss" Why Why Why??


No Families, No Children, No Future

While fertility rates are now below replacement-no need to worry about climate change the problem caused by humanity will take care of itself thanks to progressive feminism.

From The American Conservative

"Here’s a fascinating article from New York magazine on the massive gender gap between Trump and Biden supporters. It contains this eye-popping claim, buried deep down:

Neither the societal shift away from traditional gender roles nor the downstream cultural consequences of that shift are anywhere near complete. As Rebecca Traister has incisively argued, the growing prevalence of singledom among America’s rising generation of women is one of the most potent forces in contemporary politics. In 2009, for the first time in history, there were more unmarried women in the United States than married ones. And today, young women in the U.S. aren’t just unprecedentedly single; they also appear to be unprecedentedly uninterested in heterosexuality: According to private polling shared with Intelligencer by Democratic data scientist David Shor, roughly 30 percent of American women under 25 identify as LGBT; for women over 60, that figure is less than 5 percent."

Read the full article at TAC at the link above-it's sad and horrifying 



Editorial: Census: 7th year of Illinois population loss and the worst yet

The Illinois population plummet is intensifying. Tuesday morning, new U.S. Census Bureau estimates reported a seventh straight year of losses — and this plunge is greater than the last six.

The feds say Illinois’ estimated population on July 1 was 79,487 lower than it was on July 1, 2019. It’s as if, in 12 months, Cicero vanished. Or Bolingbrook. Or Arlington Heights. Or Evanston. Or Schaumburg.

Meanwhile the populations of bordering Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri and Wisconsin continued to grow, as they have every year since 2011.

Get the picture? Illinois is a deepening population sinkhole flanked by states that are adding people, businesses, jobs. The estimated Illinois population is 12,587,530, down more than 240,000 since the 2010 census. That’s more than Waukegan and Naperville, combined.


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