Fox News host Andrea Tantaros asserted on Wednesday that marriage was in decline because feminism had encouraged women to “freely” have “sex like a man.”
Medical contributor Dr. Manny Alvarez explained to the hosts of Outnumbered that one reason more couples were having children out of wedlock was because immigrants did not respect the institution of marriage.
“A lot of times, it’s cultural,” Alvarez said. “There are many people coming to this country where that is a norm, where people meet, they get together, they want to have a baby. And bingo, they come back here and they don’t think about the marriage thing.”
“This new philosophy sometimes is the way people were brought up, but it’s also because, in my opinion, the whole concept of marriage, whether it is heterosexual marriage or homosexual marriage, whatever the case may be, is really something that people are not paying attention,” he continued. “The concept of fidelity is something that’s being lost.”
Tantaros pointed out that “men specifically are opting out of marriage.”
“I mean this is a term that been dubbed by [conservative website] Breitbart as the sexodus,” she said.
Co-host Harris Faulkner agreed that there was less pressure on men “because we are a sexually free society.”
“Women have been encouraged to give it up freely with the rise of feminism, have sex like a man,” Tantaros opined. “So, they’re doing this and they’re not making the guy step up to put a ring on it.”
Co-host Kennedy Montgomery said that dating app Tinder was also to blame.
“There are a lot of dudes that don’t want to get married because if you’re not married, it’s not cheating,” Montgomery concluded.
Watch the video below from Fox News’ Outnumbered, broadcast March 11, 2015.
‘Another hoax’: Trump whines and rambles about Supreme Court and New York in latest meeting
After spending most of the day whining on Twitter, President Donald Trump spoke to the press from the White House Thursday afternoon to call questions about his taxes and financial documents a "witch hunt."
Trump has used the term to reference the Russia scandal, the Ukraine scandal, cases against Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, his friend Roger Stone and any other topics he chooses on any given day.
"Do you have a reaction to the Supreme Court rulings today?" asked a reporter that sounded like CNN's Kaitlan Collins.
"The rulings we're basically starting all over again," Trump said. "This is a political witch-hunt... it's a witch-hunt, it's a hoax, just like the Mueller investigation... this is purely political..."
‘Absolute immunity:’ Kayleigh McEnany claims Trump has monarch-like powers despite Supreme Court ruling
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Thursday said that President Donald Trump continues to believe that he has "absolute immunity" from prosecution despite a Supreme Court ruling that said otherwise.
At a White House briefing, McEnany argued that a high court ruling which gives prosecutors the right to subpoena Trump's financial records is actually a "win for the president."
"The president was making general point about deference and on the principal of absolute immunity," she explained. "He believes there should have been more deference [to him by the court]."
Stylist fired for refusing to cut Black girl’s hair: ‘She made fun of the color of my skin’
A Massachusetts stylist was fired after insulting a Black family who had scheduled haircuts.
Damalyn Ellslager-Matthews brought her three children -- ages 7, 5 and 2 -- into Supercuts in Westboro last week, along with her 21-year-old niece, but a stylist balked at cutting their hair, reported WBZ-TV.
“Now this lady told [the niece, who is white], ‘You should have told us you were Black when you made the appointment,’” Damalyn said. “[My daughter] is so naive she says, ‘Well, I’m not Black, my skin’s brown -- can you trim my hair anyways?’”