This is a sad but true analysis. We need to talk about things like this to reflect on where we’re coming from and where we’re going to.
The writer made a prediction and I believe it is coming from a deep and good place.
What I am made to understand by the write up is this:
Looking at our present society, marriage is no more sacred as it were in those days. Men and women now work to put food on the table. We even have a lot of single mothers, baby mamas, surrogate mothers et all. We have rich women that chose not to get married to avoid drama, but can as well have kids through artificial insemination or IVF afterall they have everything they need to take care of the child since the primary aim of marriage is to procreate, be fruitful, multiply, replenish the earth. Now there are convenient ways to do these things. It is kinda sad how we evolved from the original plan.
My question is can we go back to how it was before? Where women stay home to take care of the home and the kids while the men go to work? I doubt this can ever happen so truly we need to review our societal values cos there are some people who are together, having sex and all that, but have chosen not to get married because of some childhood trauma or something. And there are also some people who fell in love and got married but have chosen not to have kids because they feel some genes in them or their parent’s would come to play in their child. It is really sad and we can’t sweep it under the carpet honestly.