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[–] Eleutheria 1 point 80 points (+81|-1) ago 

Victorian society had a good idea. There was the "deserving" poor (widows who had their husband die in combat/industry) vs. undeserving poor (whores that didn't have guys use protection, intentionally single mothers). The deserving poor received private charity via churches and the community. The undeserving poor had to panhandle.

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[–] Neon_daemon 0 points 29 points (+29|-0) ago 

Hit us with more knowledge please

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[–] Eleutheria 1 point 44 points (+45|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Well, I have been drinking, and had to do a search to make sure I was using "deserving" and "undeserving" correctly. But since you asked, I will throw some unqualified opinion out there.

Back in the Victorian Era, when the "deserving" poor were more dependent on the community or church's goodwill, it inspired a sense of duty. Like, "these people don't want to keep paying for me to exist, they do it out of the goodness of their hearts". A similar system existed in the magic underpants, read scripture from an upside-down top-hat Mormom church, where the less fortunate worked in a cannery to "earn" their donated well-being. In short, either system "inspired" people to improve their situation, because they knew they depended on the goodwill of others. Whereas the modern "single mother" phenomenon in the US is either subsidized by exorbinant child support payments by a father that faces jail time if he can't meet them (the deadbeats find a way around this, the honest guys get screwed) or the US taxpayer paying a minority "mother" who sees each popped out child as a "raise" on their taxpayer funded "paycheck".

Essentially, by making "charity" public and compulsory at gunpoint via taxation, we have allowed the benefactors of a multiethnic society to milk dry the very people that should be capable of having kids and raising a stable family.

E: falling asleep before going into my weekend job, but will coherently respond to any follow up within 48 hours.

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[–] phillyjoe 2 points 7 points (+9|-2) ago 

We became too nice.

Once we stopped executions and shunning the mentially I'll bred. Now we let them out of the asylums and they are running things

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[–] survey_girl 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

Too many figured out they can vote themselves more gib me dats.

Simple solution... if you dont pay taxes (net..if you receive back more than you pay in) you dont get to vote.

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[–] ardvarcus 0 points 40 points (+40|-0) ago 

Society made it too easy for wives to leave their husbands and children, and for husbands to leave their wives and children. It may have looked like freedom to feminists, but what it really was was disintegration of the social order.

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[–] LifeWillChange 0 points 21 points (+21|-0) ago 

You're right. People have no sense of what committment really means. Seinfeld is a mirror of the shallow society we've had foisted upon us.

We live in a world where parents have given up on children, adult children have given up on elderly parents, spouses have given up on each other. We're increasingly interconnected but increasingly alone. Everybodys got a spotlight on their spread open buttcheeks and no one wants to tell them to keep their ass closed. Instead they get 40 thumbs up their asshole, 20 hearts, 15 eye winks, 7 smiley faces, and 2 eggplants. Whatever bullshit delusion these people have is reinforced thanks to the social media echo Chambers.

I remember years ago I was lurking on some woman's forum...stiletto lane...lipstick alley? I don't know, some bullshit retarded female oriented name. I was reading this thread where they were talking about relationship issues and one of the women mentioned how she hated how mildewy her ex-boyfriend would smell after showering.

It's obvious the issue was with his towels. Either he was overusing them or hanging them improperly. Instead of rectifying the problem, the girl broke up with him. Over mildewy towels. She never even told the guy that was the reason why she broke up with him. It truly read like a segment from Seinfeld to me.

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[–] TheSeer 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

Now they want the child's sports coaches to act as father figures/personal trainers for their children! F***in' madness.

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[–] DurkaMuhammadJihad 1 point 7 points (+8|-1) ago 

disintegration of the social order.

Which was the plan when Jews brought feminism to the U.S.

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[–] Freebee 2 points -1 points (+1|-2) ago 

And we are blaming the women for what’s been done to them instead osprey seeking solutions to protect the next generation. I will never hate or refuse to protect white women, that’s how the progressive ones became such a cancer to society.

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[–] Brawndosaurus 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Women's rights was women's wrongs

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[–] Halstan 0 points 22 points (+22|-0) ago 

Same. Not alone man. Many Guys feel that way

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[–] SIayfire122 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago 

And the single mothers know it, but won't admit it.

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[–] TheSeer 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

I know someone involved with coaching and... Yes. Single mothers are a nightmare. Go against what the coach says, and think they are helping their child. "Well, I think he passes more than anyone on the team", if the coach thinks their child is selfish, for example.

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[–] Freebee 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

^^this

Toxic masculinity is a result of not having any healthy male role models in the home. It’s really toxic femininity.

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[–] Mrsfattmatt 0 points 21 points (+21|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Woman here. Agree 100%. Single mothers are always whining about how hard their lives are like they’re these courageous heroes or something. Bitch please. I could’ve left my husband a dozen times in the last twenty years and I’m sure he’s had his moments where he wanted to split. But we have seen it through and our family has enjoyed the priceless benefits of everyone being on the same team. Our team.

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[–] CowWithBeef 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Your children will turn out much better because of your decision to keep dad around.

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[–] culofiesta 0 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago 

Every divorced woman I know instigated the divorce and then got the kids, the house, a car, child support and/or alimony

But they still seek out pity. They still complain that no one wants them.

They're mental cases.

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[–] FightingTheDarkArts 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Yep and every other crazy bitch just like them reinforces that mentality. Ever notice how much they absolutely hate and despise happily married women?

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[–] fluhthreeex 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Circle-jerk faggotry. If Xe wanted to "come out" he'd be doing it on Reddit or FB.

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[–] DishingShitLikeA ago 

Say it. Nonetheless.

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[–] peacegnome 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago 

if you end cucks (in this case meaning "men" willing to pay, financially and emotionally, for another man's kids) then this shit would stop. Look at the heartwarming stories about coalburner moms who can't get dates once the guys see their kids; we need that for all single moms, then we need society to decide to not fund that shit.

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[–] peacegnome 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago 

did you watch the crowder (change my mind) thing this week. If not you would love it. in case you aren't going to, here is a tl;dr:

feminist: "I should have right to decide if I want to have a child or not"
crowder: "you do have that right, but you don't have the right to kill a child"
feminist: "NPC script not found......"

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[–] BlackGrapeDrank 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

hate that we have to go back to shaming?

I think its awesome and it's good. shame works

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[–] BeingUseful 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I dunno, man. Shame is a powerful motivator.

The problem we have now is that most folks are shameless. That circuit has been deactivated by social programming.

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