Bombshells and Baby Daddies: How Single Moms Are Destroying Kids and Society, Part 1
Former USC basketball star Brynn Cameron has just had baby number two out of wedlock with yet another sports star. Her first baby daddy was NFL quarterback Matt Leinart and the newest addition to her growing family is the child of the NBA's Blake Griffin. Cameron is neither married nor in a relationship with either sperm-donor. (Rumor has it the stars of the NHL are competing with the pros of the PGA to see who will be next in line for PDA with the leggy blonde.)
While Cameron may not be struggling as a single mother because of her reported $15k a month child support paycheck (from baby daddy #1), the money alone will not protect her children from her stupid choice to raise them without a partner. Worse, Cameron's lifestyle may seem attractive to her young fans, who will suffer far more harm than she if they follow in her ill-advised footsteps. Time and time again, statistics prove children raised in single-parent homes suffer compared to their peers in stable, married households. And yet, fauxminists still insist that single mothers are superior because they're fighting the patriarchy... or something equally unintelligent.
In an essay titled "The Increase in Single Mothers is Actually a Good Thing," Hugo Schwyzer claims that the rise in single motherhood is a result of women having babies with men they find inferior and thus not marriage material. Schwyzer uses an example of a woman whose "boyfriend was so dependent that she had to buy his cigarettes. Marrying him never entered her mind."
Perhaps having sex with him should never have entered her mind.
Why are today's women so stupid that they allow men they wouldn't trust to run errands deposit their DNA inside of them? Perhaps it's related to the lie from the progressive feminists that birth control works and there is such a thing as consequence-free sex. Here's a secret: It doesn't and there isn't.
Any woman who decides to have a baby without a husband (not a baby daddy or a guy who visits on the weekend) needs to understand she is making the choice to put her baby and society at risk for the unforgivable disadvantages of poverty, teen pregnancy, sexual abuse, a life of crime, and incarceration and suicide. The first part of this series will deal with the crippling scourge of poverty.