Fully a quarter of black men who got married in 2013 married someone who was not black.
Only 12% of black women married outside of their race.
Women are not just getting an education, they are successfully employed, sometimes earn more than their husbands, and employment statistics of the last decade pinpoint that the post-modern, post-industrial society is more suitable for women.
Boys in Denmark and Sweden are increasingly dropping out of schools, with no academic education, becoming plumbers, electricians, construction workers, truck drivers, bus drivers, taxi drivers, in short, doing essential but dangerous jobs.
” was a question asked by a bus driver in Copenhagen, who happened to be a white ethnic Dane.
In some local towns with a population of a few thousand, most people have a car and there are few passengers in the buses, leaving room for an honest conversation. I asked, “Why a woman from Asia, it is so far away and then there are so many women in Denmark? Some years ago, a website where Scandinavian men search for wives, thailoveliness.com, declared Sweden to be the country with the highest percentage of local men with Thai wives or life partners.
The number of girl students at the Department of Veterinary Science and The Dental College in Denmark amounts to nearly 75% and more in some years of the recent past.
More women graduate from American universities than men and are increasingly succeeding in post-graduate studies, as well.
The trend toward more interracial marriages is undoubtedly related, at least in part, to changing social norms.
Our previous surveys have documented growing acceptance among the public.
The leaders of the most successful political parties in Denmark, Sweden and Norway are women.
If there was an election today, Mette Frederiksen, a former young Danish employment minister from the Social Democratic party, could become the second female prime minister of the country.
There are many similarities between Japan, an advanced post-industrial society, and the western countries in general.