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« on: September 07, 2018, 07:48:54 pm »

Considering the fact that there are more male libertarians than female, would it make more sense to find a spouse first, then move to NH, or move and then find a spouse? What is the dating situation like over there?

The growth of the freedom movement is influenced by conversion and conception. You think the Latter-Day Saints would be so numerous if they didn't value children? If males outnumber females 2 to 1, it won't help our growth when half the males can't procreate with a libertarian female.

I'm not saying I would want to indoctrinate my kids; I just assume that when given access to multiple ideas, given information about how freedom works that (s)he'll not get from society at large, and having one's own self-ownership respected, a child would likely prefer freedom.


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« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2019, 04:20:37 pm »

Move, then date. Even the natives are libertarian, even if they wouldn't use that word. You won't have to indoctrinate your kids - political ideology is (60% - 70%) genetic.

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« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2019, 07:08:10 pm »

I agree. Then you don't have to convince your new spouse to move.
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