Gen Z Doomed To Be A Sex Deprived Generation, Thanks Feminists…

In 2019, we have a generation addicted to porn and scared out of relationships due to third wave feminism. What ever happened to the good old days when you’d meet someone in real life and ask them out on a date?

To avoid confusion, Gen Z includes anyone born between the year 2000 and today (although the cut-off between Gen Y and Z is arguably between 1994-2000 – we chose 2000 as it closely marks Gen Y with an 18 year span, similar to Gen X). Gen Z are often referred to as Zoomers (due to the growth in boomer-like right wing views in that generation in particular) or (for those born in the early 2000’s) Zillennials.

Given that Zoomers are currently teenagers/young adults, most are apolitical. Apolitical Zoomers typically watch porn on a regular basis. Pornography hinders the brain to release the same endorphins used in sexual intercourse. Due to radical views held by third wave feminists and existing family laws that heavily benefit the female, young men have been scared away from relationships. Young women are now taught by third wave feminism that men are dominating and unfeeling, including such theories like ‘rape culture’ – the idea that every man has the urge to rape.

Many Zoomers are left with the conclusion that relationships are pointless and harmful. Why bother commit to a relationship where your partner is a self absorbed ass when you can be on your own, spend money only on yourself, play video games uninterrupted and watch porn? To state the obvious, when future generations are not bothering with relationships then how will the gene pool continue?

Professor Kerry Cronin from Boston College has offered five dating tips for Zoomers amid her class that asks students to try out an old-school date:

Interestingly, Cronin’s class isn’t one of those pointless courses where middle aged teachers try and fail to engage with the youth – like . Instead, Cronin’s dating assignment is part of a course studying the Great Books and Western Culture:

One of her goals, Dr. Cronin says, is to help students examine the best way for a person to live, drawing upon the greatest thinkers of history – Socrates, Aristotle, Machiavelli and the like – as well as their own lives. She wants to teach them social courage: understanding the parameters of their comfort zone, why they are what they are, and how to push through them. She has required the dating assignment for a number of years but says the current cohort of students is particularly in need of the lessons. As it is, she says, many members of Gen Z are opting out of dating altogether. (WSJ)

So what is this bombshell advice that helps terrified students get out of their comfort zone and do this odd thing we once knew as dating? To be honest, it’s quite straightforward:

Ask for a date in person
Make sure the other person knows it’s a date
Keep it quiet – don’t publish the news on every social media channel
Keep it short – don’t drag the date on for hours
Limit physical interaction

The last point is important. This allows for emotional intimacy for when a couple is truly in love with each other. Sadly, Tinder culture leads to obsession over sex appeal and performance. For example, a female might ask on the first encounter on Tinder how large her match’s penis is or how well he performs in bed. On the other hand, a male may ask a female for some sexual images etc… If sex is the only thing holding you and your partner together then the relationship is destined to fail.

In conclusion, porn is for people who have no hope. It should not be for the average teenager/young adult. Go find someone who you can properly relate to. If you love him/her and the feeling is mutual then enjoy the beautiful sex you’ll be having for a long time to come. However, don’t be afraid to take your time to figure the other person out – even if it takes months to do so.

By Damien Taylor

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