NEW STUDY: CHILDREN OF WORKING SINGLE MOTHERS ARE 25 MORE LIKELY TO BE OBESE0 3/11/2019 WINTERY KNIGHT 1 COMMENTOut-of-wedlocks births rising as cohabitation replaces marriageIt’s getting to be very common for women to have children out of wedlock, especially since many countries increase welfare programs design to encourage single motherhood. That’s because of feminism, which encourages women to ignore the traditional male virtues, like commitment, and traditional commitment itself (because marriage is “sexist”). But do children do well in the fatherless homes created by feminism and welfare? Here’s a recent study reported in the UK Sun. (H/T Thomas)Excerpt: SCIENTISTS have laid the blame for Britain’s childhood obesity epidemic at the door of working mothers, in a new study. The shocking findings also claim the kids of mums who work are negatively affected – whereas the father’s employment appears to have no “significant effect”.