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How do single father households compare to single mother?
Been scouring the internet for information but all I can find is information on "single-parent" or single mother households.

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09-06-2019 11:55 PM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
Having a mom and dad raising a child is obviously the optimum choice. But if I had to choose between the two, the single father households are far better. They bring much more discipline and less of trying to be the kids best friend.
09-07-2019 12:11 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
If you can't find the data in a few seconds, it usually means single father households outperform single mother households by a wide margin.

Take this one statistic:

Quote:70% of gang members, high school dropouts, teen suicides, teen pregnancies and teen substance abusers come from single mother homes.

We can infer that single father and two parent homes make up the remaining 30%. That alone tells you the kids are better off with the dad.
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09-07-2019 12:35 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
Single father homes are essentially a statistical anomaly though so the sample size to draw conclusions from is a lot smaller.
09-07-2019 12:54 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
Single father households are very rare, as the father usually remarries pretty quickly if the wife dies (the only situation in which he gets to keep the kids). I would imagine it would be good for a son - assuming the dad is red-pill - but perhaps slightly detrimental for a daughter. She would fail to learn how to harness her feminine energy from her mother, and might end up like those girls who are just like "one of the guys" that they hang out with. But as Easy E said, this phenomenon is a statistical anomaly, so the most we can do is speculate or rely on anecdotal accounts.
09-07-2019 02:35 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
They are smaller but growing for some reason:

https://ifstudies.org/blog/five-facts-ab...le-fathers

Quote:4. Single father-families are better off financially than single-mother families. For example, Pew reports that the median-adjusted annual income for a single dad with two children is about $40,000, compared to $26,000 for a single mom with two children. Moreover, the share of children living in poverty is about twice as high among those living with single mothers as those living with single fathers. Although single fathers are less likely to be living in poverty than single mothers, they are still significantly more likely to be living in poverty than married parents: 8.4% of related children in married families were in poverty in 2016, compared to 19.9% of related children in single-father families, according to the latest Census report.

Aside from that there are only a few studies that take long-term aspects under consideration - they likely cannot do a good study because it would make the women look bad.

Not only are average incomes of 40k vs 25k a huge difference, my guess is that life-results of single-father families are significantly better, but they cannot come out loud on that.
09-07-2019 03:26 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
You know why a single father household has a higher income? Because he has to because kids are expensive. If you're a single mother, there's an army of social workers and administrators at the local benefits office who will literally trip over themselves to sign you up for housing assistance, WIC, food stamps, cash assistance, Obama phone, and any other benefits under the sun. Try walking in there as a white man and see what happens.

Plus "single" mothers are very fond of having themselves as the unemployed head of household but there's still a guy living there who brings money in even though he technically doesn't "live" there.
09-07-2019 03:52 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
< Single mother children experience various forms of abuse, but my guess is that this is very limited with a dad around.

They claim that more substance abuse is found in single father households, but it's likely only compared to biological married households.

Fact is that no one is beating the two parent married household in stability and life results. Single fathers are likely better, single mothers are worse, gay and lesbian households are probably much worse with the trannie housholds being at the bottom rung probably vying for the last place with the lesbians.
09-07-2019 04:18 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
I don't see why fathers should not get default custody of sons, while mothers get daughters, in divorces. The idea that mothers will raise sons better is obvious dogma and contradicted by decades of evidence. But feminist dogma is part of the master plan to kill the West, so it cannot be meaningfully challenged.

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09-07-2019 06:31 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
(09-07-2019 02:35 AM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  Single father households are very rare, as the father usually remarries pretty quickly if the wife dies (the only situation in which he gets to keep the kids). I would imagine it would be good for a son - assuming the dad is red-pill - but perhaps slightly detrimental for a daughter. She would fail to learn how to harness her feminine energy from her mother, and might end up like those girls who are just like "one of the guys" that they hang out with. But as Easy E said, this phenomenon is a statistical anomaly, so the most we can do is speculate or rely on anecdotal accounts.

Fathers also get the kids if it can be proven in divorce court that the mother is unfit for a variety of reasons: if she uses hard drugs like cocaine, if she has a serious criminal history, mental illness, and other extreme things like that.

But children go to mothers 80-90% of the time.

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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
(09-07-2019 04:18 AM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  < Single mother children experience various forms of abuse, but my guess is that this is very limited with a dad around.

They claim that more substance abuse is found in single father households, but it's likely only compared to biological married households.

Fact is that no one is beating the two parent married household in stability and life results. Single fathers are likely better, single mothers are worse, gay and lesbian households are probably much worse with the trannie housholds being at the bottom rung probably vying for the last place with the lesbians.

Why are lesbian parents so bad? Seems like a two parent household would be better than one.
09-07-2019 10:11 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
My ex was raised by her single dad.

She turned out great. Her dad was great, and did a good job with discipline. I regret dumping her.

Her sister was raised by her grandma. Grandma was a pushover that let her granddaughter run the house. Her sister is a fat SJW with blue hair and tattoos.

(09-07-2019 10:11 AM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  Why are lesbian parents so bad? Seems like a two parent household would be better than one.

Two reasons:

1. Lesbians are very emotionally unstable.
2. It's two women. Double the trouble of a single-mom household.
09-07-2019 10:26 AM
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RE: How do single father households compare to single mother?
(09-07-2019 10:11 AM)JiggyLordJr Wrote:  
(09-07-2019 04:18 AM)Simeon_Strangelight Wrote:  < Single mother children experience various forms of abuse, but my guess is that this is very limited with a dad around.

They claim that more substance abuse is found in single father households, but it's likely only compared to biological married households.

Fact is that no one is beating the two parent married household in stability and life results. Single fathers are likely better, single mothers are worse, gay and lesbian households are probably much worse with the trannie housholds being at the bottom rung probably vying for the last place with the lesbians.

Why are lesbian parents so bad? Seems like a two parent household would be better than one.

They're often abusive households (domestic violence)- plus they do goofy leftist shit like "transition" their three year old son to female.
09-07-2019 10:27 AM
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