Applying logic, facts and accountability to the mindless droning of the feminist hate movement.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Fundamental Statistics: Marriage and Divorce

This collection of statistics on marriage and divorce lays the groundwork for a discussion on the negative impact of feminism.

Hopefully, you have come here from an internal link from the blog. If that is not the case and you were directed here from an external source, then take a glance to the left - because a sharp smack upside the head with that is what you may very well require.

The more informed reader will immediately see the relevance these statistics have to feminism considering the same statistics before feminism weren't nearly so dismal. Expect to see further detail on feminism's involvement in these matters in posts to come.

The Divorce Rate Is 48% The Marriage Rate

The National Center For Disease Control: National Centre For Health Statistics Says So

Marriage rate: 7.5 per 1,000 total population
Divorce rate: 3.6 per 1,000 population


Seeing the above, your average fembot will retort with something along the lines of "Men are abandoning women in 50% of marriages? See how evil you men are!" Not so, because..

Divorce Is Initiated By The Woman 2/3 Of The Time

The National Center For Disease Control: National Centre For Health Statistics Says So

The National Center for Health Statistics reports that from 1975 to 1988, in families with children present, wives file for divorce in approximately 2/3 of the cases each year. In 1975, 71.4% of the cases were filed by women, and in 1988, 65% were filed by women
Australian Institute of Family Studies Also Says So

Nearly two-thirds (64 per cent) of women compared with one-fifth (21 per cent) of men indicated that it was mostly themselves who had made the decision to separate.
After seeing the above your average fembot will retort with something along the lines of "Well why shouldn't a woman leave an abusive situation?!", something I've often wondered myself considering the amount of abusive bad boys they seem to fall in love with. Not surprising that it is not pertinent to women's high divorce initiation rate, because..

The Most Common Reasons For Divorce Are Spurious. Not 'Abuse'.

Divorcemag.com Says So

Percentage of divorces due to irreconcilable differences in 1997: 80%
Australian Institute of Family Studies Also Says So

Communication problems: 22.6%
Incompatibility / 'drifted apart': 19.8%
Infidelity: 20%
Alcohol/drug abuse: 11.3%
Physical violence to her or children: 9.6%
Other: 16.7%

From this collection we can easily see that for some reason women are initiating divorces in a substantial number of cases, for reasons along the lines of "I got bored". An excellent investment if you ask me, particularly considering how costly divorces are these days (ie. how much money she gets out of it, which of course has nothing to do with the whole thing).