A new study suggests that a lack of women is fueling a rise of neo-Nazism in Germany.
A German magazine reports:
“In those regions where the economic problems are largest, a new, male-dominated underclass has developed, the members of which are excluded from participation in large parts of the society,’ the study finds. ‘Many of them have no job, no education and no partner. It is exactly these difficult conditions that make it more difficult to slow the negative demographic trend or even to reverse it.”
Anthropologist (and IWF pal) Lionel Tiger made a similar point about men and women and terrorism.