US Birthrate has Dropped Into the Pits

By the way, that chart in the sidebar is completely wrong.

Most likely, whites became a minority in 2022.

So apparently, brown people in America are also taking advantage of our liberal abortion policies. Either that, or the white birthrate is so low that it’s overwhelming the higher birthrates of the immigrants.


The fertility rate in the United States has been trending down for decades, and a new report shows that another drop in births in 2023 brought the rate down to the lowest it’s been in more than a century.

There were about 3.6 million babies born in 2023, or 54.4 live births for every 1,000 females ages 15 to 44, according to provisional data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics.

After a steep plunge in the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic, the fertility rate has fluctuated. But the 3% drop between 2022 and 2023 brought the rate just below the previous low from 2020, which was 56 births for every 1,000 women of reproductive age.

Women would rather go around getting fucked and getting massive attention from men everywhere, using their sexuality to control everyone around them, than get married and have kids.

The only solution to the birthrate issue is to totally abolish women’s rights.

Or to create some kind of artificial womb system.

Men can have kids in tubes and then AI can be their mothers. AI mothers will not abuse the kids like all humanoid mothers abuse their kids.

“We’ve certainly had larger declines in the past. But decline fits the general pattern,” said Dr. Brady Hamilton, a statistician with the National Center for Health Statistics and lead author of the new report.

The birth rate fell among most age groups between 2022 and 2023, the new report shows.

Hahaha. I hate women so, so much.

The teen birth rate reached another record low of 13.2 births per 1,000 females ages 15 to 19, which is 79% lower than it was at the most recent peak from 1991. However, the rate of decline was slower than it’s been for the past decade and a half.

If you don’t have teen births, you’re not really going to have very many births.

Women need to start having kids in their teens, if not at 12.

“The highest rates have, over time, been shifting towards women in their 30s whereas before it used to be with women in their 20s,” Hamilton said. “One factor, of course, is the option to wait. We had a pandemic, or there’s an economic downturn, let’s say – women in their 20s can postpone having a birth until things improve and they feel more comfortable. For older women, the option of waiting is not as viable.”

Women shouldn’t have the option to wait.

The Taliban doesn’t give women the option to wait, and they have the highest birthrate.

Women’s “happiness” (i.e., being a whore) is not something important. What is important is the continued existence of the race.

Meanwhile, births continued to shift to older mothers. Older age groups saw smaller decreases in birth rates, and the birth rate was highest among women ages 30 to 34 – with about 95 births for every 1,000 women in this group in 2023. Women 40 and older were the only group to see an increase in birth rate, although – at less than 13 births for every 1,000 women – it remained lower than any other age group.

That’s because only through science are these used-up old whores able to have children.

They will probably all be retards.

These annual reports offer a snapshot in time, he said, but rates can change dramatically depending on the unique situations of the year.

2023 marked the first full year after the US Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision that revoked the federal right to abortion. This provisional data does not show geographic trends, which may obscure some effects that state abortion bans have had on state-level birth trends. However, an analysis from November suggests that states with abortion bans had an average fertility rate that was 2.3% higher than states where abortion was not restricted in the first half of 2023, leading to about 32,000 more births than expected.

Ah. Okay.

John Mearsheimer says that the most important thing for states is to make money and produce children.

Why do states then purposefully try to drive down their birthrate with these policies?

Here’s the real question: will John Mearsheimer debate me, in Shanghai, in the near to immediate future?

I can arrange all the details. And I can promise it will be the biggest event he’s ever had.

Call him and ask him.