- Dec 3, 2020
- 7d 14h 36m
Very interesting presentation with a whole ton of data on the topic.
The TLDW is that in all western countries but especially the USA there has been a dramatic increase in the number of unemployed men that are not even looking for work.
Sadly the presenter seems to tiptoe around the obvious at several points and also can’t seem to go 5 minutes without shilling for how awesome women are (e.g. “These men don’t even help around the house but women are always busy even when they have jobs” and “women entering the workforce was totally great guys”).
In his presentation on of his points is literally how women entering the workforce destroyed the value of labor — but of course he presents it in the most PC/norman-bot way possible (though I guess he’d have to keep his job in fairness).
He did talk about for unmarried men without kids being a NEET is extremely common and far far more common than for married men. Education level, race, doesn’t matter by comparison — if you are married with kids that is the biggest determinant.
Once again though he kinda just blows past the obvious — women will not even look at you as marriage material (unless you’re gorgeous) if you don’t have a good job and money. For a lot of men the only reason they even bother with working is because they want to attract women. If that’s not enough men give up and check out.
He also talks about how people lie on self reported data yet still sucks off working women for “juggling so much at home unlike men” lol. Nah nigga men just don’t lie on the surveys as much. My mother and sisters believe they do so much when they don’t do shit — they overreport basically.
Anyway, actually a very interesting video with a lot of good data but the presenter seemed to be overlooking the obvious. By the end it also seemed clear reading between the lines that he doesn’t even like the concept of any welfare for men *specifically* though maybe I’m pegging him wrong there. That is a very very common conception though — that welfare isn’t meant for men. Where I live it is much easier to get both jobs and welfare as a woman due to affirmative action bullshit. Notice he didn’t touch on that either.
Just seemed like the kind of presentation where a million black pills were staring this guy in the face, but at least the data is a treasure trove.