Saturday, April 11, 2009

China Has To Many Men

Authorities and sociologists are worried that the Chinese families preference for males has caused a dangerous imbalance. The abortion of females having led to 32 million more Chinese men will likely cause an ultra harsh competitive advantage structure. Mate competition among males will become freverent as more males resort to crime to gather territory and resources. Most crime including organized crime is related to male male competition and ultimately many forms of crime relate to acquiring resources or are the product of male male competition as well as innate male biology for such propensities. Crime in such respects is a primarily male behavior. Under such conditions male behavior through incentive for mate access and thus territory and resource acquisition is likely to become very aggressive.

Much of China is rural and agrarian and males are prefered as working resources for family capital accumulation through male labor. The issue is two fold in that the more males a family has the more resourcefully successful and the more resourcefully successful the better the chances of a family to secure a valued wife for their sons.

Ultimately such social engineering has led to an increase in male incentive for productivity and capitol accumulation but the side affects of such preference for males is ultimately detrimental, unnatural and an injustice to men, women and family.

Traditionally it is seen that a home with more males has more income and security and as such it is custom for a young man's family to build or purchase a home for the brides family. A custom which originates as an extension of male provisionary ability and to females. In Western Culture this preference is reduced to individual female mate preference for resourcefully successful males where as in China these sexually selective traits become familial, socialistic, communistic or communally expressed. As housing prices increase in modernized cities many Chinese prefer a girl. Ultimately the use of abortion and the one child per family policy has had adverse affects on social stability.


Topic: Children and Family
Source: Minneapolis-St Paul Star Tribune
China has 32 million more young men than young women -- a gender gap that could lead to increasing crime, according to a study released Friday that blamed the nation's strict one-child policy and Chinese parents' practice of aborting female fetuses to have sons. The imbalance is expected to steadily worsen among people of childbearing age over the next two decades and could trigger a slew of social problems, including a possible spike in crime by young men unable to find female partners, said an author of the report, published in the BMJ, formerly known as the British Medical Journal.

2 comments:

Joker's Wild said...

Western Women will go to China in the future. They are after all the manufacturing capitol of the world.

Mail order American brides. LOL.

Yeah right. Chinese men don't want a "strong and independent" woman.

Anonymous said...

Maybe china would benefit from a polyandrous society now.