Hank Pellissier thinks he found a correlation between women’s equality / feminism and the average life expectancy of men. Never mind that “woman’s equality” is a notion so blurred even feminists can not clearly define what it means, let alone measure objectively. Never mind that real equality is unachievable. Never mind that “women’s equality” – in the current feminist/political sense of the word – is a relatively new notion, about 40 years old at best, and so it did not have enough time to impact longevity statistics. Never mind that countries on the top 10 list of male longevity all have important factors contributing to life expectancy, like healthy food, a clean environment, healthy lifestyle or good healthcare.
He cites another bunch of statistics but it does not occur to him that every one of those stats are directly linked to high standards of living, which, for all intents and purposes, causes feminism. Feminism does not cause longevity or peace or happiness; high standards of living causes these, but it also causes women to get bored and create retarded sisterhoods – see the fall of Rome.