THE "BOY CRISIS"
Since the late 1970's, young women have soared in college attendance while young men have stagnated. Young men's literacy is declining. Many young men are disengaging from school. Young men are less likely to be valedictorians, to be on the honor roll, and to be active in organizations like student government. Young men are more likely to get D's and F's, to be suspended or expelled from school, to drop out of school, and to commit suicide.
We are losing young boys to a sense of failure that comes from schooling poorly adapted to their needs. We are losing adolescent males to the depression that comes from feeling neither needed nor respected. We are losing young men to life tracks that include neither college nor any other energetic endeavor.
A large, sullen, poorly educated group of men will not keep the nation vital in the twenty-first century. The nation needs the energy, initiative, and ambition of its young men as well as its young women.
It's a pretty good website - but as usual, it negelects - or perhaps is simply ignorant of - the most important factor in a generation of boys growing up without motivation, long term goals or hopeful of the future...the divorce/single-mother epidemic engendered by no-fault divorce and the changing of social norms that make illegitimate birth and co-habitation accepted and even promoted by the mainstream have contributed to a large swathe of males raised in households without a positive male influence in their lives - followed by spending their formative years in schools that are largely run by women for girls with a feminized agenda on non-competition and worrying about precious "self-esteem."
Do we really need any more proof that feminism has truly warped our culture and is having a long term effect on how boys are raised in this country? Check out a few choice statistics from The Boys Project:
For every 100 girl babies born there are 105 boy babies born.
For every 100 girls suspended from public elementary and secondary schools 250 boys are suspended.
For every 100 girls expelled from public elementary and secondary schools 335 boys are expelled.
For every 100 girls diagnosed with a learning disability 276 boys are diagnosed with a learning disability.
For every 100 girls diagnosed with emotional disturbance 324 boys are diagnosed with emotional disturbance
For every 100 women enrolled in college there are 77 men enrolled.
For every 100 American women who earn an associateís degree from college 67 American men earn the same degree.
For every 100 American women who earn a bachelorís degree from college 73 American men earn a bachelorís degree.
For every 100 American women who earn a masterís degree from college 62 American men earn the same degree.
For every 100 American women who earn a doctor's degree from college 92 American men earn the same degree.
For every 100 females ages 15 to 19 that commit suicide 549 males in the same range kill themselves.
For every 100 females ages 20 to 24 that commit suicide 624 males of the same age kill themselves.
For every 100 girls ages 15 to 17 in correctional facilities there are 837 boys behind bars.
For every 100 women ages 18 to 21 in correctional facilities there are 1430 men behind bars.
For every 100 women ages 22 to 24 in correctional facilities there are 1448 men in correctional facilities.
The Matriarchy has done it's dirty work, and it is our boys who are paying the price.