How Long Before We See a U.S. Version of “Do It For Denmark”?

This ad addresses an extremely serious problem. Denmark is facing a winter that will be colder than anything they are used to in that country—a Demographic winter. From the Life News website: Danish travel company Spies Rejser has introduced a campaign to encourage Denmark natives to procreate. Specifically, the company has launched a competition encouraging couples to schedule their vacations during the woman’s ovulation cycle in the hopes that they will conceive during their travels Read more […]

Godzilla Won’t Eat Tokyo; Childlessness Will Do It

Try to imagine a future where your local mayor regularly made speeches about the importance of having children and your local taxes go to support matchmaking events with romantic music and lighting where singles could meet. If that sounds odd, it won’t be. It is already happening in Japan. From the Telegraph: “Tokyo funds matchmaking parties to boost birth rate.” Officials in Kochi organise coffee and cake events in rural cafes, complete with a romantic soundtrack of live piano music, Read more […]

Invest in Premium Pet Products … But Not in Our Future

If you’ve ever gone walking on any of the millions of trails in any of the myriad state and national natural parks and preserves all over the country, you probably have some indication of what the modern American modular family looks like—husband, wife, and pet(s).1 It is increasingly common for Americans to treat their pets Read more […]On the West Coast perhaps more than the East, you might also see a few homosexual couples with pet(s) posing as “families” as well. The common factor: no kids. [↩]