SEARCH BLOG: FAMILY
Can it be that people have such poor judgment these days that the success or failure of their marriage is random? Or can it be that marriage has become an unnecessary inconvenience?
The most recent occurrences have involved thirties-something, successful, professional women and their beta-men who, as more children appeared and the women moved up the professional food chain, showed signs of depression. After all, aside from their sperm donation and frequent baby sitting while mom worked late, what did they bring to the marriage? Their testosterone was useless. They felt superfluous. They didn't fit the image held of the strong, providing father.
But some men have adapted to this new arrangement. In fact, they revel in their superfluosity. They have adapted by adopting the role of the professional sperm donor. No, not the kind that bothers with a sperm bank. They prefer the more direct approach. Might as well enjoy yourself.
A 33-year-old Knoxville, Tenn. man with 30 children appeared in court this week to ask the state for child-support help, Memphis news station WREG reported Wednesday.
Desmond Hatchett has fathered 30 children -- which is believed to be the record in Knox county, according to the Los Angeles Times -- with 11 different women. His youngest children are toddlers and his oldest is 14. [source]Why fight the feminist movement? Take advantage of it. Be a man! Sire as many litters as you can and let the feminists take care of the kids. Remember: you are superfluous... but you don't have to be irrelevant.
War Against Women; War Against Men