First off, calling married men sell-outs/ cucks is one of the most absurd things I've ever heard - they are men who sacrifice their free will, their free time, and their easy financial life for the sake of someone else. Paul writes extensively about this.
Single people in general are a scourge on society. I'm not talking about RVF'ers by and large - but the people on this forum are not representative of society as a whole, and we're more flawed than we think, even now. When I was a single man I would spend the weekends drinking, causing trouble, watching porn, smoking, playing several hours of video games a day, etc. Single women sleep around, destroying their ability to bond with a future husband, and turning themselves into wine aunts, they get hooked on SSRI's because of their unnatural lifestyle and subconsciously try to destroy society and hurt men as payback.
The institution of marriage raises the moral bar for people, it causes them to mature and end the party phase of life. They become concerned with the future society their children and grandchildren grow up in.
Sounds like you prefer single men because you're itching for a more activism and revolution. This is true, more single men tend to lead to revolution, but it almost never turns out well like you're imagining it will. Look at recent revolutions. China. Russia. France. America. Cuba. Cambodia. Various South American and African civil wars/coups. Revolutions carried out by young men desiring change for the better. How many of them actually resulted in a better society?
If we're talking single monastics, that is completely different; they are married to the Church, and with that comes the same, or more selflessness as marriage. Instead of revolutions they spur repentance.
I think darknavigator has a point though. The married men I work with all got the vaxxx. The one literally said it was because his wife kept nagging him. The other's got it so they could keep up a stand of living and not be an outcast. These men are plugged into the system with too much to lose. I used to envy these men as I have longed to find a girl and be married, but with the way things are going I think the Lord is simply telling me "don't worry about marriage right now, get yourself right with Me for the tribulations that lie ahead."