Remember that ridiculously silly slogan from the 70’s?
A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.
Well, biology may just accomplish what the feminists couldn’t.
For the hundreds of years in which records have been kept, there have been more male babies born than females. The ratio is generally about 105 boys for every 100 girls. Which doesn’t sound like a huge difference, but when you multiply those numbers by the millions of babies born throughout the world, it ends up being a significant discrepancy.
All of that is changing, though.
Since 1970, the number of male babies compared to female babies born in the US has been in steady decline. We are seeing the same trend throughout the world.
The reason? Hormones and endocrine disruptors, according to Dr. Melody Milam Potter.
Read the fascinating account.