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Baby Flop, Crash, Or Boom! Uneven Impact On Birth Rates...
 
# 1 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 12:10
 
 
The past year seems to have triggered a baby flop, with the expectation of a baby crash next year, in the richest countries, where childbearing is mostly a choice.
The poorer countries have seen a disruption of their birth control.

Should we expect a more disrupted imbalance of riches and kiddies in the next 20 years?
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# 2 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 14:08
 
 
I don't understand, is there more babies being born or less? elaborate a bit will you

I think here anyway there was an increase in births because of the lockdown and apparently this batch are all going to be labeled the charming name "Covid babies", wonder what genius thought that name up
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# 3 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 14:20
 
 
Floppy birth rates in industrial nations.
Increased in poorer nations.

Net result is lowering of population: more deaths, less births, but won't be clear before 10 more years.

Overall result unclear, but surely unbalanced, and adding to granny-boom experienced by China and most of Europe...
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# 4 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 15:05
 
 
Yeah but generally speaking most young people don't want to have kids, besides from the fact that the world currently sucks with Covid, pollution, and any other of the multiple things you want to add to the never ending list of "reasons not to have a kid", social media has made sex so accessible that very few people actually want to live the two point four kids life anymore because there is absolutely no incentive in it for a young man or woman with a good job to get tied down to mortgages and school fees and changing nappies on a Saturday night while all their friends on Facebook are out on the piss because they had the sense to use birth control. The population won't decline it will just dilute a bit because there are still going to be idiots out there who are too drunk to put on a condom
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# 5 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 18:25
 
 
Someone said :
The past year seems to have triggered a baby flop, with the expectation of a baby crash next year, in the richest countries, where childbearing is mostly a choice.
The poorer countries have seen a disruption of their birth control.

Should we expect a more disrupted imbalance of riches and kiddies in the next 20 years?

Have you any links, articles etc ?
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# 6 : Sunday 4-4-2021 @ 19:42
 
 
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# 7 : Tuesday 6-4-2021 @ 17:09
 
 
Defo a baby boom happening. My sister is due her first baby any day now and my brother and his wife are expecting their second child later this summer.

Some of my friends have become aunts and uncles again over the past few months also.
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# 8 : Tuesday 6-4-2021 @ 17:25
 
 
Congrats on uncling on!
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# 9 : Tuesday 6-4-2021 @ 18:08
 
 
Someone said :
I don't understand, is there more babies being born or less? elaborate a bit will you

I think here anyway there was an increase in births because of the lockdown and apparently this batch are all going to be labeled the charming name "Covid babies", wonder what genius thought that name up

He is dropping you a strong hint, he wants to make babies with you and Blah would make a fine dad?
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# 10 : Tuesday 6-4-2021 @ 18:17
 
 
Someone said :

He is dropping you a strong hint, he wants to make babies with you and Blah would make a fine dad?

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