by Dr. Eowyn
Today is Father’s Day.
Happy Father’s Day to all the men who are real dads instead of mere sperm-donors!
For more on the read dads, see the Pew Research Center’s “8 facts about American dads“.
But shame on the mere sperm-donors.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2017, 19.7 million children, more than 1 in 4, live without a father in the home. As fathers.com puts it: “If it were classified as a disease, fatherlessness would be an epidemic worthy of attention as a national emergency.”
The sperm-donors, by their absence in their children’s lives, are responsible for a whole host of their children’s problems and social ills.
In 2013, the worst states are:
- Mississippi, where 36.2% of children lived in fatherless homes.
- Louisiana: 34.4%
- Alabama: 30.7%
Not coincidentally, blacks make up large percentages of the population in those states:
That this is not a coincidence is confirmed by 2012 U.S. Census Bureau statistics:
- More than half (57.6%) of America’s black children lived absent their biological fathers.
- 31.2% of Hispanic children and 20.7% of white children lived in fatherless homes.
Just as #BlackLivesMatter are silent on the vast numbers of black babies being aborted and the black-on-black homicides in cities like Chicago and Detroit, they are silent on the epidemic of black men abandoning their children. Instead, #BlackLivesMatter blame whities for blacks’ social ills, and vocal spokesmen like Colin Kaepernick and Spike Lee make showy, grandstanding virtue-signaling.