Study: Childless Women 72 Percent More Likely to Die of Cancer Than Mothers

The phrase ‘feminism is cancer’ has been used for years by right-wing jokesters to trigger liberal snowflakes on college campuses and other venues, but there may be more than a kernel of truth to that statement according to a recent study.

Scientists analyzed data from one percent of the entire population of England and Wales for a period of 50 years. Utilizing a half-century of observations, researchers came to the conclusion that ‘clear behavioural changes’ happen when individuals start families that lead to healthier lifestyles.

The findings were particularly damning regarding single, childless women. Women who reject their natural role as a mother are a stunning 72 percent more likely to die of cancer. Mothers are also 50 percent less likely to die of infectious diseases than their single spinster counterparts, respectively.

One of the reasons this is the case, researchers explained, is that being a mother tends to prevent women from engaging in risky behavior like drinking, staying out late, shacking up with random men, and so forth. Mothers also come in contact with more germs while raising children, and the strengthened immune system that comes as a result from fighting off those germs helps mothers fight off illness later in their lives.

Economics Professor Paul Schweinzer of the University of Klagenfurt, Austria was in charge of the study. He used data from the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study (ONS-LS) which collected information during the census years of 1971, 1981, 1991, 2001 and 2011. The findings have been published in Scientific Reports.

These results make it clear that feminism can destroy a woman’s mind, body and soul, but the toxic ideology also destroys the lives of their partners as well. Married men were shown by the data to be 171 percent more likely to die of cancer and 123 percent more likely to pass away from heart disease than their single counterparts.

While men are harmed by marriage, they are one-third less likely to pass away from infections, two-thirds less at risk of cancer-related deaths, and a little over half as less likely to perish in an accident. While the miracle of child birth may enrich a man’s life and improves his health, a marriage does the opposite, and feminism is one of the factors to blame by inverting gender roles and radicalizing women against men.

With all of the damage feminism is wreaking on society in many obvious and yet-to-be-discovered ways, statements like “feminism is cancer” seem less hyperbolic these days and more like a picture perfect description of the cultural status quo.