Another one of those very revealing studies that are usually quietly reported and not picked up in considerable interest by the mainstream media was reported by the University of Michigan back in 2011. This particular study reveals the rates in which women are more and more than before, becoming mothers of children by multiple men. This is quite the slap in the face of our gynocentric society that keeps telling men, we can't keep it in our pants and are sexually irresponsible:
"The first national study of the prevalence of multiple partner fertility shows that 28 percent of all U.S. women with two or more children have children by more than one man.
She (Dorius) found that having children by different fathers was more common among minority women, with 59 percent of African American mothers, 35 percent of Hispanic mothers and 22 percent of white mothers with two or more children reporting multiple partner fertility. Women who were not living with a man when they gave birth and those with low income and less education were also more likely to have children by different men.And this research should be partnered up with the one that we previously posted that paternity fraud is 30% of all paternity. So a lot of these children these women have by multiple fathers are potentially children they are forced to either raise or pay child support for, or are children they aren't currently aware are theirs.
But she also found that multiple partner fertility is surprisingly common at all levels of income and education and is frequently tied to marriage and divorce rather than just single parenthood."