The happiest countries in the world are feminist countries
Sometimes feminists use the argument “The most happy countries in the world are the feministic Scandinavian countries. Therefore anti-feminists get it wrong.”
What feminist refer to is the “Satisfaction with Life Index” which has Denmark at the top.
But feminists make several mistakes:
- The indexes are not broken down by gender.
Thus it’s not known how happy the men are and how happy the women.
- Even in Scandinavian countries most suicides BY FAR are male.
- Scandinavian countries are well known for social welfare, health care and stable democracy.
Thus it’s no wonder that they score high in “happiness polls”.
Additionally Denmark is a pretty small democracy (5 million population). The less crowded a population the happier its citizens are and the more influence the electorate can take/
- Feminism might not be the basis for “satisfaction with one’s country”, but satisfaction might be the base of feminism. In other words: Because Denmark citizens are so successful they have the luxury of trying experiments like feminism. That’s especially true for Sweden and Norway, that have huge oil resources.
- Feminist infestation is still pretty young, thus it’s utterly unclear whether the high score will be sustainable.
Denmark is around #160 in the world ranking in regards to fertility rate.
And Denmark and Sweden have some of the world’s highest divorce rates.
Sweden has one of the highest rates of rapists (innocent of course) (“femi-fascistic Saudi-Arabia”).
I know of no statistic that would show how many children feminists have. But I bet they have less than Muslims, who are of course far less feminist than others. Thus, again, such countries will probably not stay feminist for many generations.
Last words from another blog
Another issue is that although countries such as Norway and Sweden like to portray themselves as havens of gender equality, I have heard visitors to these countries comment that the sexes are probably further apart here than anywhere else in the world.
And I readily believe that.
Radical feminism has bred suspicion and hostility, not cooperation.
And what’s more, it has no in any way eradicated the basic sexual attraction between feminine women and masculine men.
If people do not find this in their own country, they travel to another country or culture to find it, which in our age of globalization is easier than ever.
A striking number of Scandinavian men find their wives in East Asia, Latin America or other nations with a more traditional view of femininity, and a number of women find partners from more conservative countries, too.
Not everyone, of course, but the trend is unmistakable and significant. Scandinavians celebrate “gender equality,” and travel to the other side of the world to find somebody actually worth marrying.
and a reader’s remark:
I’m a Danish male and have been living in Malmö, Sweden for about 5 years.
I have always thought about danish men as being to feminized, but when i moved to Sweden i was shocked about the extreme political correctness and the lack of masculinity in the country!
In my view Sweden is a dying country because of this issue.
Malmö is very close to Copenhagen and therefore often visited by Danes – sometimes when i take a walk in the city center i play a game in my mind – that is to pick out who is danish and who is Swedish.
When i look at males it is almost completely obvious who is who. Danish men simply have a more self-assured, masculine attitude than Swedish men.
With women it is much more difficult to see the difference – they are all very self-confident.
The Feminist movement is much stronger in Sweden than it is in Denmark and it looks to me like the Swedish male is a dying race.