Blessed are the fornicators, for they shall inherit the West

If sarcasm isn’t your thing, maybe do a quick double-take before spamming the comments.

Millennials Are in No Rush to Marry

Contrary to what we would expect, given normal demographic patterns of adolescents’ movement into early adulthood and family formation, the data show that significantly more millennials are currently single/never married than was true for those in older generations, and considerably more are in domestic partnerships. Specifically, more than half of all millennials (59%) have never married, and 9% are in domestic partnerships. Gallup has noted a trend toward fewer young adults being married in recent years.

In the 2014 Gallup Daily tracking data, just 27% of millennials were married. According to historical U.S. Census Bureau data, 36% of Generation Xers, 48% of baby boomers and 65% of traditionalists were married when they were the age that millennials are now. For millennials currently aged 18 to 30, just 20% are married, compared with nearly 60% of 18- to 30-year-olds in 1962, according to the U.S. Census. When Gen Xers were the same age, 32% were married; for baby boomers, it was more than 40%.

Millennials are clearly delaying marriage longer than any generation before them, in spite of evidence suggesting that many millennials intend to marry at some point. For example, a 2013 Gallup poll found that 86% of single/never married Americans aged 18 to 34 (roughly equivalent to the millennial generation) wanted to get married someday.

Gallup Analysis: Millennials, Marriage and Family

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Millennials Are Intent on Having Children

The key point, however, is this: There doesn’t appear to be any evidence that millennials — both married and single/never married — are putting off having children. Even among the small percentage (2%) of married 18-year-old millennials, less than half (44%) have no children, and the percentage decreases with age to just 17% at age 34. And while few single 18-year-old millennials have children (4%), that percentage rises to almost half by age 34. In other words, almost half of the oldest millennials who have never married nonetheless have children. In 2000, the comparable number for Gen Xers aged 30 to 34 was just 30%.

In fact, public perceptions of the moral acceptability of having children out of wedlock have increased dramatically over the past decade and a half. Gallup poll data show that the percentage who say this is morally acceptable currently stands at an all-time high (62% overall and 68% among millennials). As recently as 2002, just 45% overall said it was morally acceptable to have a child out of wedlock, while 50% said it was morally wrong.

In a 2013 Gallup poll, 87% of adults between 18 and 40 who did not yet have children said they wanted them someday. The current data suggest that for millennials, “having children someday” does not necessarily depend on being married. But when combined with the observation that the substantial majority of single/never married 18- to 34-year-olds would like to get married someday, it is possible that more single/never married millennials with children will ultimately get married in the months and years ahead. It is also possible that more millennials — married or not — will have children in the near future.

Hmm…let’s take a quick look at those two headings…

Millennials Are in No Rush to Marry
Millennials Are Intent on Having Children

Something isn’t adding up here…oh yeah, that’s right.

Like every generation in recent history, Millennials are redefining parenthood — and one of the most dramatic shifts is the rise of single motherhood among new moms.

Meta trends around women in 2017 are intertwined with the recent surge in the number of single mothers in recent decades. A full 64 percent of Millennial moms report having at least one baby while unmarried, and 57 percent of babies born to Millenials were to unmarried moms, according to Census data. By comparison, in 1960, 95 percent of single mothers had been married at some point, but by 2013, only half of all single mothers had ever been married. As marriage rates have dropped to historic lows, and divorce rates have hovered around 40 to 50 percent over the past four decades, it is safe to assume that single-mother-led households will be a majority within our lifetimes.

Related: Single mom statistics (prepare to have your mind blown)
How Millennials are redefining single motherhood

Let’s imagine all these deadbeat moms and their cucky Beta boyfriends turn 35 and decide to find religion together in a desperate attempt to get respectable before the clock runs out. What do you think that sort of Christianity is going to look like? The future is pagan with a coat of whitewash, haphazardly applied.

My point in all of this is to beat it into Christian heads that if we don’t get our house in order, God will take away our candlestick. I think this exchange at Vox Popoli nicely stereotyped the problem.

Svensons wrote:It isn’t. The goal of Christianity is to convert the nations, then live chaste lives and slowly ebb away; Augustine knew this (see Of the Good of Widowhoo, Of the Good of Marriage).

The Bible does not teach that life is a gift, in fact, quite the opposite if you read Matthew 26:24. For most people it would indeed have been better if they would have never been born.

Snidely Whiplash wrote:@Svensons

If that were true, any sane or healthy man would reject Christianity out of hand. Don’t project your mental illness on Christ, you worthless cuck.

And yet, for all of Snidely’s characteristic zeal, all of the healthy young men have in fact rejected Christianity out of hand. Action is the measure of belief, therefore there must be a serious problem of unsound doctrine here. Likely we agree that the future belongs to those who show up for it. The single mothers are reproducing faster than conservative, high-religiosity, married Christians. If the churches will not denounce fornicators, they will be filled with temple prostitutes pegging their live-in boyfriends within two generations.

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5 Responses to Blessed are the fornicators, for they shall inherit the West

  1. Craig says:

    Who is to say they are not already doing it now? Churches with large congregations are already known as Sunday Morning Night Clubs to those who prey upon churchian sluttitude.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      One red pill at a time. Gotta work up a tolerance. Remember, normies fundamentally don’t believe in reality, gotta coax em into it.

    • bicebicebice says:

      Here they are single mom clubs since to my personal knowledge at least 20 years ago, with gay lesbian jewish priests praising islam, im not making this up. Four walls and a roof don’t turn people into good people despite the name of the building, at the end of the day it is still a room full of normies. I have seen these “humbled” stacys go from “woohooo IT-girl” to open spiritual person love love love la la la to likening herself unto the wrongfully persecuted Jesus Christ himself, “and” it usually doesn’t take longer than 5 minutes of conversation to revert back to the “old” self anyways. Itz fascinating as a subject but around normies never relax. They will turn any place into a shithole guaranteed.

      An abandoned uncared for building will turn into nature, anything that normies touch will turn into normie world. The only thing keeping them alive is socialism (theft). They should be reclassified as dangerous fauna and left to their own devices entirely. Now that they’ve had the means to live as they wanted through “redistribution”, seeing how godless communism is so popular at universities really isn’t the jews work, all of it, necessarily. They are by means of their own choices reverting back to mystery meat soylent bug people, the soyboy is what happens when archaic T-scores dries up completely. Even the african homo erectus has more dignity than the white homunculus.

      This is really serious business.

  2. teotoon says:

    “The Bible does not teach that life is a gift, in fact, quite the opposite if you read Matthew 26:24. For most people it would indeed have been better if they would have never been born.”
    Say What?!

    “(Mat 26:24)  The Son of man goeth as it is written of him: but woe unto that man by whom the Son of man is betrayed! it had been good for that man if he had not been born.”

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