Instant Karma! Feminism BANNED On Social Media After Marriage & Birth Rates Dropped!

Well it appears at least with some things China is pretty based.
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  • funy how china out of all countries doesn't want child birth rates to drop too high... feels like they understood their massive population is the prime reason they are a massive player on the world's economy, and that they want to keep that to themselves.. or in other words, weaponizing their large population as to earn more influence.

    ThorveimThorveim2 päivää sitten
  • I think it depends on a country and a region. In US and many western countries treat women with respect. Thus if they are staying home with children is not a complete devastation. However, I come from one of those -Stan countries where women are treated like slaves. I’ve seen it with my own eyes and it’s horrible.

    The MajestyThe Majesty2 päivää sitten
  • Hmmm... now this is a tough one. On one hand, Hahahahahahaha! Well done, Feminism! Way to be "Stunning and Brave in the face of REAL COMMUNISM!" , ya know, the stuff that REAL FEMINISTS belive is better than Capitalism! On the other hand... F*ck Communism. Tough one. Not sure which way to laugh my ass off!

    William HermanWilliam Herman2 päivää sitten
  • As aweful as Communist China is, the decline of birthrates around the world is a very serious issue. Several courtries, including Japan, have had such low birthrates, for so long, that are facing looming demographic catastrophes.

    Kermit YoungbloodKermit Youngblood3 päivää sitten
  • In the 60s women began screeching that they wanted to enter the work force...well, we men just stood there, bewildered, and thought "You want to do THIS?!"...but those feminists got screaming all their oppression and patriarchy silliness, yet several generations have passed and women today have discovered, much to their dismay, that, well, work sucks. Moral of the story - Be careful what you wish for.

    Hello GoodbyeHello Goodbye4 päivää sitten
  • HYPOTHETICAL: The government decides that stay at home parents need to be acknowledged and supported and thusly are recognised as government employees. Each two parent household, also accounting for other adults living at the residence, can have one government paid homemaker. Given that another requirement to qualify for the position is having a child that lives in the home, Child Protective Services combined with the Humane society and is renamed Homemaker Offices of Authority (HOA) is given additional funding and resources in order to facilitate regular inspections of residences with a government paid homemaker. Failed inspections, or a record of regular demerits, result in termination of employment and/or removal of some or all children and/or pets in order to provide a more manageable workload for the employee. Removed children and pets are subsequently turned over to group homes and animal shelters respectively until such time as they can be re-homed. Additional penalties to the current/former employee employed as a homemaker may include fines until such time as some/all/more than their cumulative wages are recovered and/or prison time may be levied. Confiscated children that cannot be re-homed are pressed into indentured military service to recoup the cost of their stay at the group home(s), including any damage or medical bills. Confiscated pets that cannot be re-homed are summarily destroyed in order to not burden the system.

    Edward T.C. BlakeEdward T.C. Blake4 päivää sitten
  • 'I may disagree with what you say, but I will fight for your right to say it.' -Some historical figure I forgot

    132 Gaming132 Gaming4 päivää sitten
  • "Marriage is an outdated thing"... what? Disappointing to hear you say this. You JUST mentioned that outcomes for children are improved with both parents in the home. What is the best way to ensure that? Get married. Study after study shows this. Marriage is the rock upon which your family is built. It's not perfect, but it's a hell of a lot better than nothing. You can say it's stupid and it's just a piece of paper and mushy bullshit like "all that matters is love", but the numbers say otherwise. Children have better outcomes when their parents are married, living together, and stay together. And for religious people it means a lot more than just the piece of paper. That leads to even better outcomes because the couple is tied together by something deeper than just a binding legal agreement. Marriage is the basis for the nuclear family, and the nuclear family is the basis for society. In other words, our society is dependent on people getting married. So sure, society is outdated, whatever man.

    catfishrob1catfishrob14 päivää sitten
  • "Unpaid labor" Why the f*ck does money have to be the only worthwhile reward for effort? Money is a government-certified measurement for value, not value itself. If you can get value directly out of your effort, money is irrelevant. You don't get paid to grow your own food, or to cook, or to build or maintain your own house. If you can live well without spending money, money can go suck a bag of Richards. My wife adds value directly. The high quality child care, home maintenance, companionship, and domestic management she provides would cost a fortune if we paid for all those services. If she worked for money and paid for it instead, the quality would be lower and our home & kid would suffer for it. PLUS we'd pay more taxes to an incompetent government with a dubious agenda. With her staying at home, I instead get a tax REBATE, and we have a higher quality of life. No, no no no. Her staying home is more efficient, and brings happiness and value to our entire family. Maybe when our kid is older and independent, she can go back to work and build up our savings. Until then, everyone under our roof is happier. To those who see the world in dollar signs: If you're going to obsess about money, try estimating the monetary value of the RESULTS, instead of focusing on the money itself. Don't be so shallow in your analysis.

    Crazzanthic TlabbarCrazzanthic Tlabbar5 päivää sitten
  • lol i love to stay home and be a house wife, i dont see anything wrong about it, we have 1 baby. looking for a 2ond.

    ccreinaccreina5 päivää sitten
  • Goddamn first mr jenner saying some based things and now china is too. I blame this all on north korea giving weed to its manual labourers for decades

    NeonDriveNeonDrive5 päivää sitten
  • 200 pounds overweight with purple hair. Wow! how alluring ....... not

    Robert StuartRobert Stuart5 päivää sitten
  • Nothing wrong with "would've" and "could've." The problem is "would of" and "could of" which they sound like, but aren't really English phrases.

    Harry MillsHarry Mills6 päivää sitten
  • While I will never condone censorship, even to feminism, this was pretty funny

    Tay KylesTay Kyles6 päivää sitten
  • Commenting to feed the algorithm

    Chris MellChris Mell7 päivää sitten
  • Let’s be honest; feminism needs to be destroyed at any cost. China’s doing the right thing. The reason traditional societies don’t change drastically and last thousands of years is because they were doing what worked. It’s dangerous to upend things the way feminism tries to.

    Go away I have comments to makeGo away I have comments to make7 päivää sitten
  • But I thought China wanted lower birth rates?!?

    Go away I have comments to makeGo away I have comments to make7 päivää sitten
  • So afraid of equality that youre linking CCP propaganda lololol

    Brock MuirBrock Muir7 päivää sitten
  • Just FYI: A lot of Americans and Europeans don't understand...China under Mao was overpopulated and very poor. There was very little industry and they had just ran out or lynched all scholars and wealthy landowners in China. Chinese were having MANY kids...and famine was a real thing. So, the 1 child policy, while even Chinese admit had horrible effects (specifically boy/girl baby killing), in the long run DID save China. The bigger dilemma was...when to stop. In the end, it was done gradually...wealthy people could have several children, later this was extended to the countryside. Why would you ever compare emergency policies in countries that never needed them? Of course it sounds ridiculous. Hey, nowadays European countries, as well as Japan are suffering from a low birthrate. A lot of idiot policies and campaigns happening, too. Now guess what Indian or Chinese people think about that?

    Julian AnthonyJulian Anthony8 päivää sitten
  • I’m a workaholic with a STEM PhD, and I think we push too many women into fields where it’s very difficult to be totally engaged both at work and at home. No one can have it all, and the existence of feminism doesn’t change that. Everyone has to decide what they have to sacrifice as an adult to get what they really want, same for men as for women. A woman deciding to have kids and stay home is a perfectly good life path, regardless of what left-wing feminists say.

    Kimberly Old SchoolKimberly Old School10 päivää sitten
  • Low-key starting to consider that china is doing things right, they have enough money to buy US media, owns shares on most of the entertainment around the world they own their tv, radio and such, also china shuts down any and all opposition to their regiment around the world, sounds bad to me to me BUT they are winning the game and that's all that matters, looking forward to see china becoming the center of the world like the US was for the last 70 years

    AabanAaban10 päivää sitten
  • Whats wrong with china's birth rate going down? I thought the reason people had heaps of babies back in the day was cause the chance of a one or more dieing was probable. One might say the answer to global warming is the birth rate flattening

    Tim abelTim abel10 päivää sitten
  • Does China not have a problem with too high birth rates? I would think this would be a free practical solution.

    Matej SojkaMatej Sojka10 päivää sitten
  • Who wants to bet if ANTIFA will still try to support the CCP over Hong Kong and the Uighurs?

    SteelSteel10 päivää sitten
  • Looks like I don't need a woman anymore.

    Oscar PinedaOscar Pineda11 päivää sitten
  • Based China 🇨🇳

    SjamekierSjamekier11 päivää sitten
  • Women were glorified a lot more when it was acceptable to be a hpusewife...feminism ruined that..what gets me about feminists is they are 0.005% of the population but think they speak for all women when that is nonsense because the vast majority of women want a man in their lives.

    Ross EganRoss Egan11 päivää sitten
  • When the government wants to to breed it means they want to send your kids to war. Pointless.

    Robin IborRobin Ibor11 päivää sitten
  • I'm a guy and I'll be homemaker. I suck at cleaning, but I am a great cook and great with kids, and have alot of patience. And noone should ever be looked down on for being themselves and doing what makes them happy, unless it's detrimental to them or those around them. Example, if killing people makes you happy, people are allowed to prevent your happiness, if being alone makes you happy, you have every right.

    MarastifeMarastife12 päivää sitten
  • Woot, I am in the 3% female viewership. And as a lady, heck I would love to be a stay at home wife. If we could afford it I totally would be.

    Kristina AustinKristina Austin12 päivää sitten
  • Its people like u that strengthen feminism

    GodFingahGodFingah12 päivää sitten
  • Good news, good video

    BelystBelyst12 päivää sitten
  • We need xi jingping winny the poo he's the only one who can shut this woke and cancel culture

    unusual personunusual person12 päivää sitten
  • Why did you photoshop Xi Jinping ? He did nothing wrong

    Gustavo RodriguezGustavo Rodriguez13 päivää sitten
  • Less kids sounds like a good thing

    Peter GannonPeter Gannon13 päivää sitten
  • Ummm...wasn't china trying to limit births for decades?

    H HH H13 päivää sitten
  • I love being a stay at home mom! This makes me a much happier wife and mother.❤️

    Ascending VeganAscending Vegan13 päivää sitten
  • Regardless, i don’t like governments deciding what goes online and what not.

    C SC S14 päivää sitten
  • Thank you China!

    Alessandro MagnumAlessandro Magnum14 päivää sitten
  • Hahhahah

    robert greenerobert greene14 päivää sitten
  • There's an argument to be made, for being capable of working. But no argument for needing to make that choice, when there's no practical need for it.

    Nyarlathotep FlaggNyarlathotep Flagg14 päivää sitten
  • Wow.. The CCP did 1 thing right. Didn't know communists had it in them to do anything good. Today, I was proved wrong.

    hardleecurehardleecure14 päivää sitten
  • So this is how world peace is achieved

    plasmaspyderplasmaspyder14 päivää sitten
  • Pandering to women to take the responsibility of child bearing is counterproductive and ironic. They will only more get used to have fun and stay grown children.

    Filip PortmanFilip Portman14 päivää sitten
  • Well the Chinese are smart to figure out the REAL reason 🤓

    Filip PortmanFilip Portman14 päivää sitten
  • China could do with cutting there numbers

    Matt MundsMatt Munds14 päivää sitten
  • Free Speech still a bad thing?

    James CarmichaelJames Carmichael14 päivää sitten
  • Women CEO's... what all Onlyfans models THINK they are.

    Doug EichenbergDoug Eichenberg14 päivää sitten
  • Male, white, 46, college educated. Wanted to be a stay at home dad. No such luck. Wife, no kids. Had a house. Good luck finding affordable housing now with an x-hole costing over 300.000 (leaking roof fixer upper).

    Pierre Jean F. DupuisPierre Jean F. Dupuis15 päivää sitten
  • This isn't a win but it is funny. So many of them retards wanted to encourage chinas censorship against everyone else....welp.

    Scott AlderScott Alder15 päivää sitten
  • Just goes to show commies will delete anything once it stops being useful.

    mang kanormang kanor15 päivää sitten
  • We in the modern framework of a dysfunctional, stagnated society have experienced now what people up to the Victorians thought long ago: marriage is a partnership first and foremost. The stuff of the romantic period was a kind of temporary interlude, one which only a particular demographic ever bought into. But there are two prongs to the attack of feminists on marriage and fertility. The first one is the obvious one you talk about - the right of women to choose lifestyle over procreation, the standard of living hit that happens when kids and the mortgage start soaking up your disposable income. But the second one is more subtle. It comes from the new-century feminist backed agenda which says "brawn don't matter anymore". This is a trite, sophomoric statement, but if you listen closely enough to a lot of the woke feminists who are all about "closing the gender gap", it's a fundamental premise of their arguments. I first heard it in an NPR interview maybe 15 years ago that discussed micro-cap lending in the 3rd world. Well, brawn may no longer be NECESSARY when you have a surplus of abundant, cheap machinery, but the fact is that machinery is a very poor, costly substitute for the plain old, simple use-what-God-gave-you brawn that built this county. But like it or not, brawn, whether it involves getting your teenage son/daughter to start the old lawn mower with a flywheel puller vs. paying twice as much for a mower that comes with an electric starter (or, alternatively, buying a trendy electric mower that has to sit on a charger for a couple of hours after each hour of work), or if it involves pushing an asphalt rake on a highway crew... application of brawn has been cast off by our economy as "uncool". Looking brawny is cool, but only in a kind of vain "sex is only love-making when it's not done for reproduction" kind of way. Case in point: men and women who spend hours every day at the gym, but never swung a hammer or muscled out a tree stump in their life. With that framework in mind, you can see why China might be particularly alarmed at declining birth rates. They are a country which needs to keep enough farmers in the countryside to feed their population. Unlike US farms which depend on 1 farmer riding around in the air conditioned cab of a high tech, million dollar tractor that could probably drive itself, Chinese farming is still largely a hands on affair. The incorporation (and subsidizing) of ag-tech in China is something that is being planned, but is still in the early stages. So it's a race: can they reverse engineer that fancy John Deere combine AND get enough farmers using them before they run out of replacement labor for the old-timers who are holding down the fort in the countryside while the kids "jet set" off to the cities? Then there is also the martial aspect of brawn. Yes, we don't fight with clubs anymore, and a 90lb weakling can wreak as much death with a rifle as a 250 lb world-strongest-man champ. But, again, brawn still matters. Need to reset a track on your tank in the field? Need to handle heavy fire control equipment on a ship? Maybe a few able body folks just need to load and unload those caissons before they can go rolling along on! Sure, there is a way to deploy machinery to do those jobs. But it comes at the expense of other productive elements of the battle force. Spend a couple million dollars on a tank, or spend that money on a fleet of tow vehicles for the tanks if the soldiers operating cannot physically capable of resetting the track when it gets thrown. That's less money for tanks to do the nasty business of actually beating the enemy. It's long overdue for the post-modern intellectual, who when this all began was probably a little lighter in the brawn department than his blue collar neighbor down the street, to stop marginalizing productive brawn. It has become such a precious commodity that people will pay a gardener to do basically nothing but brawn more than they will pay a doctor to treat their health (although they don't really know how the doctor actually gets paid because of the insurance industry Octopus and price fixing that happens in connection with the Medicare fee schedule).

    Robert LawRobert Law15 päivää sitten
  • He wanted to say grammar Nazi so bad. Too bad censorship is a thing

    CMCAdvancedCMCAdvanced15 päivää sitten
  • Didn't China need child rate reduction tho?

    Kristaps RieznieksKristaps Rieznieks15 päivää sitten
  • Feminism is actually communism if you compare them

    Alex H1P6Alex H1P615 päivää sitten
  • Stop being a cat mom and have kids already.

    Kosmic KoehnKosmic Koehn15 päivää sitten
  • 3rd wave feminism has resulted in lower birth and marriage rate? Shocker. This just in; Fire is hot, water is wet, and no self respecting man of the Western World wants anything to do with a feminist.

    SnicketSnicket16 päivää sitten
  • what is going on with this guys downloads bar?

    Micro SoftMicro Soft16 päivää sitten
  • Oh for fuck's sake, it's not "weeaboo" it's closer to "way-bwoah". Now, that said, AS someone who has lived in China, whose wife and in-laws are Chinese and who speaks Chinese, I feel I should offer the following: in China, there's a big problem with the age gap. Because there was the one-child policy for a long time, and before that there was a HUGE increase in population all at once, effectively what has happened is that there are a LOT of people reaching retirement age and older, a lot of very young people, but relatively few people in the in-between ages. What THIS means is that once those older people keep dying off and retiring, there will be a 20 or 30 year GAP before the next generation comes of age and has children of their own. THIS means that China's population is going to rapidly decrease in the coming decades AND there won't be enough people of working age to fulfill a lot of necessary duties in the country. China's government is of course keenly aware of this and views ANY movement that would act against the interests of the country - that being, movements that would keep the population on the decline - as a direct threat to the future prosperity of the entire country. We're talking about potentially losing hundreds of millions in population in the coming decades if it is not handled carefully, and that's a big deal - that's like if the United States suddenly went from 330 million where we are now to 250 million - losing 80 million people would be an enormous loss ESPECIALLY if there weren't many people between the ages of 20 and 60 but a LOT of kids and old people who are no longer working and contributing to society. It weakens a country. It's BAD for a country. FEMINISM is bad for the future of a country, if you wish to remain robust and strong and have a lot of people to throw at tasks like military operations, manufacturing and so on. Attitudes against nuclear families ARE statistically horrible for the well-being of a country's future. In EVERY developed country on Earth where you see the decline of the nuclear family, lowering marriage rates, increasing divorce rates, you ALSO see the natural consequence of that: drastically lower REPLACEMENT rates in the population - meaning more people are dying every year than are being born in that country. For a country like the U.S. where you think letting in tons of immigrants to do low-cost labor jobs is the answer, maybe you don't see the issue there, but understand a key fact: the rest of the world is NOT America. The rest of the world is not so hetereogeneous and diverse - most countries don't WANT a bunch of outsiders to come in, globalize the place, only speak their native languages, change the culture, change the demographic makeup of the country and therefor change the entire country on a fundamental level. AMERICA thinks that's just great because America was born as a country for immigrants with the attitude that anyone who isn't all-for wholesale immigration is somehow racist or hateful - but that's not it at ALL. There's a difference between protectionism - warding off outsiders because you believe that the country works best when you share the same heritage, the same language, the same culture, etc and you don't WANT your native population replaced by a bunch of people who are completely socially, genetically and linguistically different (believe it or not, that's not a good thing for long-term survival - as the United States' continual decline keeps showing - it's the most diverse place on Earth and it is ALSO the place with the most racial hatred and tension on the planet, the most gun deaths, and so on - these are NOT coincidences) - and hating people or wanting to kill them because they're different. Not allowing someone into your country because they do not share your heritage is not the same, believe it or not, as hating them - Japan has a right for instance to want its country to be made up of people of Japanese descent, not a bunch of white Americans who would completely change the place and the entire meaning of what it is to be Japanese - they HAVE that right and it does not mean they HATE you or think they're better than you - it just means they recognize the fact that countries exist for the singular purpose of providing geopolitical boundaries within which people of like heritage, language, culture and goals can live in peace together without friction with outsiders. That's LITERALLY why countries exist. But for China, it's different. China is NOT an immigrant nation. It has been there since the start of human recorded history. It is many thousands of years older than the United States. The language alone is some 8,000 years old. These people ARE the rightful native inhabitants of their land and to this day China is ethnically very homogeneous, with over 98% of the country being Han Chinese - one single ethnicity for the most part (aside from some pocket minorities who make up a tiny fraction of the population and most of which are still east asian, at least). The history is COMPLETELY different - same as with eastern Europe - totally different histories and demographics, much more homogeneous than the western world is. And China has NO desire to have to change that. Why would they? They don't WANT to be like the west. Believe it or not, rampant capitalism is not the best thing in the world to a lot of earth's population. You live in a bubble of isolated Americanisms - realize that when thinking on this. Your ethics, your views, all of it is colored by the country you grew up in and what you were taught is right, just, normal, etc. Doesn't MEAN you're right. You just think you are. SO, back to the problem. China does not want to replace its aging population with a bunch of non-Chinese people. It does not want that future. That's actually OK not to want a globalist melting pot future. Doesn't mean you hate others. Just means you want y our country to continue on into the future without being turned into something it wasn't for all of its history. TRY to understand that viewpoint. SO the only other SOLUTION then is to MAKE SURE people are having as many kids as possible as EARLY as possible to offset the coming age gap issue. And feminism and western attitudes against nuclear families and marriage ARE damaging to that goal. Just presenting you with an alternative viewpoint to what you are taught in schools here in America. I don't agree with or even like many things the Chinese government does, neither does my Chinese wife, but it IS important to try to understand things from the perspective of a place that is fundamentally always going to be different from the U.S - a task most Americans struggle with because most of them have not lived in another country, only speak English, and only see American media and American perspectives. Realize the bias, is all I'm saying. Try to understand even the viewpoints you don't like.

    KalevipoegKalevipoeg16 päivää sitten
  • Can we get this in the US? Nah, I'm kidding. No one should be censored, but damn it would be sweet to watch them ree as they get what they've been advocating for 😂

    Abel RamosAbel Ramos16 päivää sitten
  • The cCp family planning laws will be here in the US soon. It's already begun. 'The Handmaid" role will soon be upon us. But don't forget, the cCp is not a problem, it's Russia dammit.

    Divine Renegade {Ren}Divine Renegade {Ren}16 päivää sitten
  • China’s one child policy didn’t work out like they hoped did it?

    Okie DokieOkie Dokie16 päivää sitten
  • In the mid-1980s, I was in high school. While in high school, we were taught about the country of china. At that time, in the mid-1980s, we were taught that the country of China was hugely overpopulated and had implemented a one child per family law. Any family that had more than one child would be denied basic human necessities by their government like food and water. There was a huge number of Chinese baby girls who were being adopted into other countries because boys were of more value in China than girls so the families would keep the boy and get rid of the girl if they ended up with more than one child (there was no birth control available to them during this time). The mid-1980s was approximately 35 years ago. So, in 35 years, theoretically, the Chinese government has transitioned its policy from no more than one child per family or we will deny you your basic right to live forcing them to abandon their children and give them up into adoption into foreign countries never seeing them again, to, you must get married and have children right away in the first year! It sounds like the Chinese are trying to expand their workforce while, yet again, not giving a crap about the people. That one child per family law was in place for a long long time pretty much changing the entire culture of the country. I cannot imagine how confused some of the elders in China are right now. They were forbidden to have any more than one child, and for many of them forced into a position to abandon their children, and specially daughters because the natural bodily functions produced and illegal child, and now in their same lifetime their child and/ grandchild is being demanded to reproduce like rabbits on the world stage. But the problem is russia, not china! Remember?

    Divine Renegade {Ren}Divine Renegade {Ren}16 päivää sitten
  • I have often told feminists that any and all power you have in society is because men allowed you have it. Female empowerment is all an illusion. And if men really wanted to they would simply take this power away and you would not be able to do anything to stop it. What's happening in China is proof of that. Women living in western society should be thankful that the men here are not so strict.

    Sean MathewsSean Mathews16 päivää sitten
  • Why call human children 'kids'? Kids are baby goats so anyone calling children 'kids' are essentially calling your own children, or anyone else's children, animals,. Denigrating them of their humanity without even knowing it. I'm starting to see people getting insulted by other people indirectly calling their children 'baby goats'.

    formulaone igniti0nformulaone igniti0n16 päivää sitten
  • I think it has more to do with the millennial's state of economy AND the risk of joining with another person and losing your economy because they roll out of bed one day and don't like how you look, laugh, brush your teeth, . Divorce rates are over 50% that's a 50% chance of being screwed and having to restart your life all over. Thanks - I'll pass. And I certainly have no interest in breeding into the world that is a fd up as it is

    husher5142husher514217 päivää sitten
  • Censorship is bad, mkay.

    ImmortaINubImmortaINub17 päivää sitten
  • When will the feminist and snowflakes go to Beijing and protest? I mean if they really believe it, go there and protest. I’ll wait.

    Wesley BlacksherWesley Blacksher17 päivää sitten
  • Reverse Darwinism = Idiocracy.

    Bill RhodesBill Rhodes17 päivää sitten
  • I'm a Chinese and i've never been this proud for our country.

    Yan RuiYan Rui17 päivää sitten
  • Yeah. Because the world needs more people...

    EdubbplateEdubbplate17 päivää sitten
  • A lot of dried fish out there! Look, like it or not, to keep enough people within society to pay for it a certain birthrate is required. To be precise 2.1 That means that when a men and a female get kids they need 2+ kids on average. The averages have been crashing in the last centuries... meaning that once a whole bulk of people leave the job market they are NOT replaced. While the needs to support them rises! Japan has HUGE issues with this. They got a big aging population and much less children are born! So... in 10 years Japan is in Serious trouble!

    Masticina AkictaMasticina Akicta17 päivää sitten
  • As a part of the 3%, I don’t want to have children and I don’t see myself being a housewife. But, I respect women who want to have them and also want to stay home to raise them. It’s a thankless job. The biggest thing is do what you think is best for you. I hate how women have to shame each other for their choices

    lifenoodlelifenoodle17 päivää sitten
  • I can't help but notice the irony of all these feminists groups, world wide, who support Communism & the CCP... only for the Chinese COMMUNIST Party to ban feminism.

    OOTurokOOTurok17 päivää sitten
  • Coming soon to a country near you: Government-arranged marriages! ...You laugh, but it's going to happen at this rate. Countries need people in order to be countries. The governments will start arranging marriages if they have to.

    themesongfanthemesongfan17 päivää sitten
  • In the old days grandparents would look after the children whilst the parents worked. It is one reason people live so long. The break up of communities as people have to move around to find jobs is a significant driver for childlessness.

    BaseplateBaseplate17 päivää sitten
  • So the far left wing is communist, BUT they are so diluted and crazy that even the Communist party in China thinks their nuts??? That's some irony right there. Also, cleaning your house is not "unpaid labor" I actually jokingly made that statement to my Fiance and she almost died of laughter. Since when did being an adult become a job?? Last time I checked that was life.... Should I get paid everytime I wash my own dishes? What about when I do laundry or tidy the house in general? Where's my paycheck??? Living in a clean respectable home requires work and you don't get paid for it. That applies to EVERYONE not just women.... Could you imagine the entitlement it takes to view yourself as unpaid labour cause you cleaned the dishes in your own house..... Call me crazy but if one person is working to put food on the table then the other should at least clean and shit. And I don't care who, man woman, don't matter who ever is not working should contribute in other ways. The thing that makes me laugh the most is that these lunatics will say all of this yet when its them working and the man is at home they expect the same thing. That's an awfully high dose of hypocrisy to mix with that concentration of stupidity.

    Unoriginal CharacterUnoriginal Character17 päivää sitten
  • China doesn't care about women. You guys don't get the situation of women in Asian countries especially China. Every day millions of female babies are aborted just cause they are female. Hence the sex ratio is imbalanced in China and other Asian countries. They literally have towns with zero women in it. They all want wives for their sons but don't want daughters. You are missing that point. That's why the gender war is crazy in China. Of course not all Chinese men are like that and the new generation is more open minded about having daughters. There are almost 100 million missing women in asia who were aborted for their sex. Do not compare western women to Asian women period. Because our circumstances are different. We don't have the privlige to hate men because we just want to be alive

    megha singhmegha singh17 päivää sitten
  • Housewives _do_ work though. Alot of work at that. Or wait, I forgot it's not counted as 'work' if you're not receiving a paycheck that the government takes a cut of...

    Zidana123Zidana12317 päivää sitten
  • Could you start using dark mode on your browser? These white screens be burning my eyes.

    Life Art StudiosLife Art Studios18 päivää sitten
  • Isn't the feminist movement in china actual feminism though?

    Life Art StudiosLife Art Studios18 päivää sitten
    • What do you mean by 'actual feminism'? First wave? Second wave?

      Zidana123Zidana12317 päivää sitten
  • DUDE!!! Add to the population now. Have 4 or 5 kids. We need more like you.

    Truth in th WordTruth in th Word18 päivää sitten
  • I just got an ad for Weibo.

    StyromaniacStyromaniac18 päivää sitten
  • That's because China is using Marxism and feminism as a weapon against the west by pushing it into western culture and schools. They want this destruction of western society and breaking up all unity between men and women, as well as the family unit. They don't want the cancer they are feeding to slip free from their intended targets and infect their country and make their women act up and turn their men into soy and simps. That's also why the CCP is pushing programs in China to increase male testosterone and masculinity.

    XelXel18 päivää sitten
  • Me and my wife gave 3. We had the first at 17. We are now 38 and our youngest turns 16 next mounth. We are still together and still in love. I am still glad we started young. It was the right move for us. At 38 my health is already failing to the point I dont know how long I have left. I am thankful that I gave gotten to see them grow up and be part of their lives for it.

    Brian ElkinsBrian Elkins18 päivää sitten
  • Damn China actually did something good WHAT IS THIS THE TWILIGHT ZONE!!!!!??!!!!

    J. R. EwingJ. R. Ewing18 päivää sitten
  • Ayyy! I'm one of the 3%! Wow, guess us fEMaLeS are rare here!

    CandyThePuppyCandyThePuppy18 päivää sitten
  • Maybe the West could learn from China....

    The Illuminated OneThe Illuminated One18 päivää sitten
  • Comment to help

    Hidden NameHidden Name18 päivää sitten
  • The world sure needs more good Mothers and fathers.

    Trent StewartTrent Stewart18 päivää sitten
  • Feminism promotes women working so housing costs are based on both parents working now and nobody raises the kids. Government gets more taxes and banks get way more in mortgages from anyone trying to buy alone. This is all great short term for them to control us but now we see the declining birthrates which they try to replace with immigration when we already don't have enough jobs to go around.

    LaserPenguinGamesLaserPenguinGames18 päivää sitten
  • We should all follow and do the same as China!

    Tarek MazaTarek Maza18 päivää sitten
  • Finally something I can agree with the ccp😂

    A GA G18 päivää sitten
  • In defense of Chinese women who don't want kids, many Chinese women must care for both their own parents and their husband's parents -- and even grandparents.

    Kevin ByrneKevin Byrne18 päivää sitten
  • Maybe drop of birthrates happen because china hunts down parents forces abortions on them. Noth8ng done by china should ever be rewarded jeremy dont act like a hypo

    FalseProdigyFalseProdigy18 päivää sitten
    • >China bad no matter what Good ol' China Derangement Syndrome

      Zidana123Zidana12317 päivää sitten
  • Good.

    pessoapessoa18 päivää sitten
  • Sheng Nu have been declared a national crisis in China. Rumors of state "arranged" marriage by the CCP are floating around.

    Ted LoganTed Logan18 päivää sitten
  • I'd be laughing, but I'm pretty sure the gays are next. :/

    Cartoon CritiqueCartoon Critique18 päivää sitten
  • I mean is anybody really surprised? It's China (more specifically the CCP)! I'm surprised they're only now cracking down on this. 3:50 Fun Fact: In Greek myth, the most important God on Mt. Olympus was not Zeus. It was his sister Hestia, Goddess of the Hearth who tended to the flames of Olympus. How important was she? In Greek culture, Hestia received the first offering at every sacrifice in the household.

    Cartoon CritiqueCartoon Critique18 päivää sitten
  • Too everyone wanting to hold China accountable for this, they don't give a fuck and no country has the balls to go to bat for you. Just look at how much the world cares about the Uighurs being put in re-education camps, China doesn't care about human rights and never will.

    Lord of the HatsLord of the Hats18 päivää sitten
    • The only thing China, or any nation, really, is accountable to is reality. Your ideology doesn't define reality so what you _want_ to hold accountable for your nonexistent human rights doesn't matter. Meanwhile here is the reality: birthrate _is_ real, and any nation which can't manage at least replacement-level birthrate is doomed.

      Zidana123Zidana12317 päivää sitten