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Single Father v. Single Mother Stats

August 2, 2017

I posted this to someone else in the Divorce Inc. thread, but this might be worth noting for a more public review.

  • 85% of all children with behavioral disorders come from fatherless homes (per CDC)

  • 90% of all homeless/runaway children are from fatherless homes (Census Bureau)

  • 71% of all high school dropouts are children from fatherless homes (National Principals Association)

  • 75% of all adolescents in chemical abuse centers come from fatherless homes (Rainbows for all God's Children)

  • 63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes (Census Bureau)

  • 80% of rapists diagnosed with displaced anger come from fatherless homes (Criminal Justice & Behavior, Vo. 14, p. 403-26)

  • 85% of all youths in prisons grew up in fatherless homes (GA and TX Dept. of Corrections stats)

Children from fatherless homes are:

  • 5x more likely to commit suicide

  • 32x more likely to run away

  • 20x more likely to have behavioral disorders

  • 14x more likely to commit rape

  • 9x more likely to drop out of high school

  • 10x more l ikely to abuse chemical substances

  • 20x more likely to end up in prison

... than children where they have an active, present father-figure in their lives.

Now, I get that "fatherless" means no father at all, as opposed to "mom gets custody, dad's still present as a non-custodial parent." So, when it comes to custody-based stats, here are a few from the Pew Research Center (yes, it's a Christian resource - deal with it):

  • Median household income - F: $40,000, M: $26,000

  • Average Age - F: ~40, M: ~34

  • Education - Interestingly, F/M are almost equally likely to have a college degree (17/18), women are more likely to have started, but not finished college (32/40), but men are more likely to have graduated high school (32/26) - remembering that these are stats only for single fathers v. single mothers, not all men/women

  • At or Below Poverty - F: 24%, M: 43%

Why I Prefer Female Judges for my Male Clients

My county actually has 5 domestic judges, 4 of whom are women. Interestingly, if you go into smaller counties, the judges are almost exclusively men. Those smaller counties are FAR FAR FAR more likely to hand custody over to a mom than my big-county female judges.

Why? Because women judges don't have anything to prove - they are already the epitome of female power. They can do whatever the heck they want and the feminists will support them for it because they're powerful women. As a result, they're more fair. The men, however, are so used to sucking up to women that they can't get it out of their systems. This isn't true for every male/female judge dynamic, but in my county every attorney knows who they'd rather have presiding over their cases with male clients.

I also see empowered female judges looking down on SAHMs and needy/dependent women. Do I like the condescending tone they have toward their "inferior" sisters? Not really. But I do find it interesting that their attitude is, essentially, "I'm a woman and I made it into power. You obviously chose a different path that didn't lead you into power. Why should I use my power to help you when you've done nothing to help yourself?" In this sense, they often do maintain that feminist entitlement attitude, but it doesn't play out to favor other women the way you'd think.

As for the men, I actually had a case where a male magistrate said on the record (he forgot it was still recording), directed toward my client (I was representing the woman in this case) - "Man, I would do anything to tap that. Doesn't someone like that make you wish they'd repeal that ethical law about not sleeping with your clients? You'd have it so easy because you're her savior!" He then proceeded to flirt with my client repeatedly throughout the trial. Needless to say, we won that one and that fat magistrate didn't get any from her.

More fun stats: In a neighboring county where I practice, a statistical analysis was done on a male judge's most recent 60 custody cases at the time (2014):

  • Shared parenting was requested by one or both parties in 45 of the cases (75%), but was only granted twice.

  • Custody was granted to the woman in 51/60 cases (85%).

  • Of the 15% of cases where dad got custody, 6/7 were because the mother had severe substance abuse or violence problems, the remaining 1 was due to extreme mental health issues and medical disability. None of them were just because dad was clearly the better parent.

  • Although it wasn't part of the study, that same judge also rejected an AGREEMENT BY ALL PARTIES that Father get custody. The Father, Mother, and the children's Guardian ad Litem all testified under oath on a fully-signed agreement at a final uncontested hearing that Mother was incapable of parenting the children and Father had to be the custodial parent, and that Father was stable and capable. The children even went in-chambers to talk to the judge and explained that their mom never fed them, often left them in the home unattended (they were under 11), and just slept all day when they were over ... and the judge ripped up the agreement and gave custody to the mother anyway.

CONCLUSION??? - Beta and SJW men are more likely to help women than empowered women.

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Title Single Father v. Single Mother Stats
Author Red-Curious
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Date August 2, 2017 6:01 PM UTC (5 years ago)
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