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Getting married makes you blood relatives?Children out of wedlock are why we have Gen Z and the trannies.
but pointing the entirety of Gen Z and trans at this one factor? This dude is just looking to rage at something.Children reared outside of wedlock, raised in a non traditional household are more likely to be fvcked up.
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The point was received, albeit the generalization was extreme. What he’s saying is generally true.but pointing the entirety of Gen Z and trans at this one factor? This dude is just looking to rage at something.
Children raised without fathers have more issues than those who are raised with fathers present. This is known.
In all honesty though, there is no point to getting married unless you are religious. Saying this as a married man.
I used to be married to a Christian girl, but the vows didn't stick. However, my reason was because we were aiming to have children, so I married her to make sure I didn't get into a custody battle. In Dutch law, married men have same custody rights as the women, but if you're not married, you can register as the father of the children, but you won't get the same rights when you split up.Children raised without fathers have more issues than those who are raised with fathers present. This is known.
Jeez, Dutch law actually protects men? Guess I'll be movingI used to be married to a Christian girl, but the vows didn't stick. However, my reason was because we were aiming to have children, so I married her to make sure I didn't get into a custody battle. In Dutch law, married men have same custody rights as the women, but if you're not married, you can register as the father of the children, but you won't get the same rights when you split up.
Our two children are registered to my address and I'm the primary caregiver, so my ex cannot take the kids and move away from me.
Plus she has to pay child support, but that's another story.
When you want to divorce in NL and you have children, you have to provide a 'co-parenting contract' where you specify the address where the children have their main domicile, who pays for what, which days they are with what parent, even the logistics of how and when they go to the other parent. If you're not amicable enough to prep that contract, you will both have to hire lawyers and go to court and have the judge decide who/what/where/how/et cetera.Jeez, Dutch law actually protects men? Guess I'll be moving
You don't necessarily have to be married to make them.Getting married makes you blood relatives?
The entirety of Gen Z has unwed parents?
Having children out of wedlock makes you trans?
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This is actually a good point that really gets glossed over regarding the impact of marriage on children. We often argue it from the point of children needing two parents and thus they should be married. Children need both parents living together to provide a stable, united home front. Marriage is the most normal way for that to occur.This idea that kids grow up better with parents who are married is ridiculous and totally unfounded, the basis of it is that children raised by single parents are typically incredibly messed up, something like 70% of men raised by single mothers end up in jail at some point, however to make a statement of comparison of "Hey, that didn't happen so this is better than that" and to conflate single parent statistics with people who aren't married is just dishonest, plain and simple.
Look up statistics of kids who go through divorces and tell me that's any better, 50% of couples get divorced and that doesn't exclude the ones with kids. Divorce is hard on children. Marriage is simply a legal status, anything else is some blue pill nonsense.
I don't condone single parenthood at all, but raising your kid together without being married is statistically no different than being married, the only exception being those ones don't go through ugly divorces. Even a general separation won't leave one side disenfranchised like a divorce will and if it does, well, make it work I guess or don't, but either way court intervention without a divorce is fine.
Being perfectly honest, most kids general make up is 90% complete past toddlerhood outside of experiencing trauma, kids are resilient to general struggle, it's the coddling that creates dependency. A child's trajection being messed up at the age of 2 seems totally unrealistic but that's exactly where the problematic years lay, mainly in socializing, if your child isn't used to being around other children by the age of 3-4 you have doomed your child to be a social outcast for life. This is where the problems of single parenthood lay and create the foundations for further problems to occur. Marriage does nothing for you here unless it's allowing you to be a part of a community which you can do without being married. This is directly related to poverty and coddling, both of which have nothing to do with the parents being married or not.