Feminism doesn’t work anywhere

As I’ve written repeatedly, the probability is high that women will be openly and legally bought and sold as property (as opposed to quietly and illegally as they are now), before they will achieve whatever their equalitarian unicornitopia happens to be defined as at the moment. From the New York Times:

More and more South Korean men are finding wives outside of South Korea, where a surplus of bachelors, a lack of marriageable Korean partners and the rising social status of women have combined to shrink the domestic market for the marriage-minded male. Bachelors in China, India and other Asian nations, where the traditional preference for sons has created a disproportionate number of men now fighting over a smaller pool of women, are facing the same problem….

The widespread availability of sex-screening technology for pregnant women since the 1980s has resulted in the birth of a disproportionate number of South Korean males. What is more, South Korea’s growing wealth has increased women’s educational and employment opportunities, even as it has led to rising divorce rates and plummeting birthrates.

You can’t reliably discern future trends merely by looking at the United States or even the West. The fact that feminism and “equality” are eviscerating societal functionality in countries that have never known any Judeo-Christian tradition indicates how completely dysfunctional it is.

It’s interesting to note that the marriage rate in the UK recently dropped 10 percent(!) in a single year:

Figures released today by the Office for National Statistics show the marriage rate for men was 24.2 per 1,000 unmarried men aged 16 and over, down from 27.8 in 2004. For women, the marriage rate in 2005 was 21.6 per 1,000, down from 24.6 a year earlier….

In 2005 men got married, on average, at just over 36 years old, while women married at an average age of 33.6, which represents an overall increase of just over three years for men and just under three years for women from 1995.

She will look beautiful in chains… and keep in mind that most of you thought I was crazy two years ago for writing that the Republicans had peaked and the Lizard Queen would be the next president.