In response to Laura Perrins: The decade when Work became God
Paul Weston wrote:
It cannot be easy being young in modern, go-ahead Britain. Especially for the females. Bombarded with adverts for clothes, shoes, exotic holidays and a myriad other temptations (girl power, boardrooms . . . etc) they have to make an immediate decision which will have profound implications on their long-term futures. Marriage and family, or career?
And here is the problem of the modern age, is there a single average man who can house them, feed them and provide for them (plus sprogs) in a style they have been reared to expect?
No, is the answer to that. Which is why I feel so sorry for them. It isn’t their fault that they are as they are and think as they think, they are simply the damaged products of a subversive adult establishment hurtling toward the denouement of Western civilisation.