Women love a bad boy, don’t they?
Source: Shane Trejo
Chris Watts, a convicted killer who murdered his pregnant wife and two children, is getting a lot of love from the ladies behind bars.
Women are reportedly throwing their bodies at Watts, who was convicted of strangling his pregnant wife and two daughters to death, according to the New York Daily News.
A source came forward to People to detail Watts’ success with women behind bars.
“He got a lot of letters at first,” the source said. “Many of them are from women who thought he was handsome and felt compassion for him. He had nothing better to do, so he wrote them back. And he started having penpals. A couple of them stood out, and they’ve kept in contact.”
The ladies “have compassion on him, despite what he did,” showing the value system of the empowered liberated woman in the age of feminism. Watts was reportedly having an affair when he strangled his wife, Shan’ann, and then suffocated his daughters, 4-year-old Bella and 3-year-old Celeste, with a blanket.
Big League Politics has reported on how feminism is literally destroying Western Civilization, as empowered women have been freed from the patriarchy to make selfish and destructive decisions on a grand scale:
It is being estimated by experts that 25 percent born in the 1990s will be barren and childless, despite the fact that less than five percent of those women do not want to have kids.
Lyman Stone and W. Bradford Cox of the American Enterprise Institute wrote an op/ed in Newsweek laying out the troubling reality of the situation that has been brought about by women’s liberation.
“Our birthrate has never been so low in America. What this means, practically, is that American families have foregone over seven million babies between 2008 (when birthrates were last at replacement rate) and 2020 and, if birthrates remain at 2020 levels for the next decade, will forego nine million more by 2030,” Stone and Cox wrote.
They cite data from the Institute for Family Studies surmising that “declines in first births have been very large and extend all the way up to women in their mid-thirties. Meanwhile, there have not been appreciable increases in first birth rates among women in their late thirties and into their forties. Lost first births at younger years are not being made up in later years. The argument that childless women are going to “catch up” and that the share of women who are childless will not rise in the future is almost certainly wrong.”
Stone and Cox made the point that this news is terrible not just for the economy but also for the fabric of Western society. The West is on the road to mass civilizational suicide because of the birthrate collapse.
“Most of the decline in birthrates has been among younger and unmarried women, while married birthrates have been stable. Meanwhile, marriage rates have fallen sharply, especially for less-educated Americans and minorities. As a result, “family life,” conceived as two committed parents residing with their children, is increasingly an upper-middle-class luxury good,” they explained.
“It is common among Americans in the top half of the economic distribution. But among the poor and working class, we are pairing off less and less, and welcoming new life into our homes less and less,” Stone and Cox added.
Feminism has been effective in proving the inequality of the sexes. “Empowered” women have shown themselves through their own actions as being lost without the stern hand of the patriarchy to guide them.