No, we don’t have a man problem — and we shouldn’t use men as an excuse to be anti-migration
Josh Lachkovic
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Although I tentatively agree with what you have said in the piece Josh it assumes an evenly distributed and balanced spread of male migrants across the whole of society, which, as much as we would like that to happen, and for them to integrate quickly and seamlessly, into won’t happen. These people will coagulate into locallised common communities as is natural human instinct and as a result the much higher skew towards men in those communities will be huge. That will bring with it all the inherent problems highly gender skewed groups and communities have.

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