[A] shift in demographic trends will likely favor the rental apartment market for the foreseeable future. It is all about women….Now, if one is able to understand how women's cumulative socio-sexual preferences affect the housing market and the economy, how is it possible that one is not able to understand that those preferences will also affect the governance of a nation as well as the scope of human liberty deemed legally permissible?
“What drives demand for single family homes is, ‘Oh honey, I’m pregnant,” says Buck Horne, a housing analyst at Raymond James. But those words are being uttered less and less. Horne claims the shift in female education, marriage and fertility rates will drive rental apartment demand going forward. He points to a growing educational imbalance, that is, 3.1 million more women enrolled in college than men and 4 million more college-educated women in the workforce than men.
And if one is capable of understanding that those effects on the housing market and the economy may not be beneficial, how is it difficult to grasp that the effects on government, human liberty, and civilization itself may also be negative?