Part of the problem feeding your fears is that you seem to be getting a lot of inaccurate information. The supposed fact you presented above is just wrong. Official U.K. statistics state the following about families in the U.K. in 2014: there were 26.7 million households in the U.K., and of these 7.48 million were households of just one person, 12.5 million were married couple families, and just 1.82 million were families of dependent children with a single mother. In short, just 6.8% of all U.K. households with children were headed by a single mother. I think it is pretty obvious that 6.8% is nowhere near being “most” of the households as you assert. You can see the U.K. figures here: U.K. Families and Households
And your assertion that somehow the U.K. is worse off than the U.S. in this regard due to “hostile rules against men” is also wrong. The U.S. in 2015 had 11.4% of households headed by a single mother; thus, the U.S. has a greater portion of households headed by a single mother than the U.K. The U.S. statistics can be found on table FG10 from the U.S. Census Bureau here: Family Groups
You are a college student, so I hope you will learn how to do proper research to find well supported facts upon which to make your arguments rather than just spouting off things that are wrong (like your statement above) that you happened to stumble across on internet somewhere. There is a lot of bad information on the internet, and the challenge is finding the good reliable information out there and disregarding the rest.
Aw come on, Tax - I was waiting for him to tell me about my home country and fellow Brits!
Please do not resurrect three year old threads. If you want a discussion, please start your own thread.
This is a 3 year old thread. Please stop posting to it. If you have a question open your own thread.