The magazine The Economist published an article on 3rd September this year with the title, “I don´t”, describing how most Japanese who want to get married find it hard to accomplish their goal.
There are many similarities between Japan, an advanced post-industrial society, and the western countries in general.
We are all getting accustomed to a new concept, ´solo mothers´ and they are not single mothers, but mothers who decide to have a child with an anonymous donor. So you basically do not need a man today to get a child.
Whereas men in western countries are increasingly finding themselves rejected and unable to fit into this role where you have to try a lot of dating without much success, the easy way out is, of course, to look for a wife from abroad.
He said, “You know what, I love the brown color, it is the best color”.
While we in India love our Bollywood stars to go through a skin color change, want them to look fairer, whiter, and after marriage we put pressure on women to give birth to boys and are less accepting of girl children, then what is wrong when someone who lives a few thousand kilometers away wants to marry someone from India without any precondition and pressure of giving birth to a son? I have met several Indian girls who are happily married to Danish men and seem to be living a good life here.
Why should a Danish bus driver not get an Indian wife when he is willing to cook food and ready to learn a new language and, most of all, willing to accept her for her original skin color?Even among the successful white community in the USA, the number of suicides committed by middle-aged men has risen to unprecedented levels.When Hanna Rosin wrote an excellent article six years ago, “The End of Men”, in The Atlantic, people thought it was an exaggeration.And astonishingly, most of these marriages are successful.In 1950, interracial marriage was illegal in 29 states in the US. Interracial and international marriages are on the rise.