Video games and the demise of masculinity

Here is very sad story that should make all parents sit up and take notice. This has serious implications for society down the road, and we need to recognize that before it is too late.

“22 percent of men between the ages of 21 and 30 in the U.S. with less than a bachelor’s degree reported not working at all in the previous year… And there’s evidence that video games are a big reason why.”


We are losing a generation of young men who are being unproductive in their prime working years. The time when young men should be building a career and preparing to have a family are spent with things that will have no relevance decades from now. A future employer will not care how great you were at Fortnite, and your future wife will not care either. The later young men decide to be productive, the more difficult it will be to catch up and the less time they will have to prepare for retirement.

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