Study: Young Girls are Committing Suicide Almost as Much as Boys, Choosing More Violent Methods

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
May 19, 2019

New data has revealed a little more about the suicide crisis among young fertile womb-containers.

Daily Mail:

Suicide rates among young girls are surging in the US and catching up to the number of boys that take their own lives, new research finds.

Men and boys have always been at greater risk of dying by suicide – although attempts are more common among girls and women – but that gap is closing.

Since 2007, the suicide rate among girls has increased at nearly twice the rate that boys’ suicides have.

And girls are choosing more violent means, like hanging and choking, to take their own lives than they have in the past, a worrisome departure, according to Nationwide Children’s Hospital researchers.

From the 1970s through the 1990s, youth and teen suicide rates were in decline.

But that trend turned around in 2007.

Since then, marked increases in youth and teen suicides have plagued both boys and girls as rates of depression and anxiety have had similar spikes in the US.

And suicide among girls has only become a greater focus of the public eye since the period described by the study data, as the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why sparked a national conversation about teen mental health.

Between 1975 and 2016, 68,085 boys and 16,966 girls between 10 and 19 took their own lives.

Rates of suicide among youth, aged 10-14, crept slowly upward through the early 1990s, then declined until 2007.

Since then, the largest increases in suicides have been among these younger children.

Suicide deaths for girls increased by 12.7 annually after 20007, while boys’s suicides increased by just 7.1 percent year-over-year.

Between 1975 and 1991, boys and girls died by suicide at a 3.14-to-one ratio.

From 2007 to 206, that gap narrowed to 1.8 to one.

Historically, girls and women in the US have had higher rates of suicide attempts, but boys and men have been more likely to die by suicide.

Primarily, this is due to the means by which each sex tends to choose to end their own lives.

Men and boys typically choose more violent means, shooting or hanging themselves.

Women and girls, on the other hand, have historically been most likely to poison themselves, a statistically less lethal method of suicide.

But that, too, is changing.

Let’s see…

  1. Youth and teen suicide rates were in decline from the 1970s through the 1990s
  2. That trend turned around in 2007
  3. The gap between boys and girls dying by suicide is currently close to 1.8-to-one
  4. Girls are now choosing more violent suicide methods than in the past

That looks like useful information. I’ll go over each item.

1. 1970-1990

Music back then was significantly less depressing and less degenerate than it is now, even when songs talked about dying.

Does this make you feel like killing yourself or like driving around Miami at night?

This doesn’t necessarily mean that music is solely responsible for the change in suicide tendencies, but it does illustrate the difference in cultural attitudes from that time period compared to now.

We know that music affects the brain in multiple ways. We also know that most popular music today is a product of the Jew. “Follow the money” and you’ll find a Jewish producer or a producer with lots of Jewish friends. It isn’t an organic phenomenon that stems from people’s state of mind, but a Jewish phenomenon that aims to influence people’s state of mind.

Popular music is a social engineering tool.

2. Suicide trend turning around in 2007

Social media started becoming a bigger thing in 2007, especially Facebook. We have enough reasons to believe social media may be a big contributing factor to young fronthole suicide rates.

Selena Gomez recently said that social media has been devastating for her generation.

Daily Mail:

Selena Gomez has branded social media ‘terrible for my generation’ as she spoke out about the dangers of online platforms.

The singer and actress, 26, has one of the most followed Instagram accounts in the world with 150 million fans, but said it ‘scares’ her to see how ‘exposed’ young people can be on the internet.

Asked about looming threats she and other cast members saw to the planet, Selena said: ‘For my generation specifically, social media has been terrible.

‘I understand that it’s amazing to use as a platform but it does scare me when you see how exposed these young girls and boys are. I think it’s dangerous for sure.’

The star, who uploads on average four posts a month on Instagram, added that she is careful about the frequency with which she posts and exactly what she shares.

‘I’m grateful I have a platform’, Selena explained. ‘I don’t do a lot of pointless pictures. For me, I like to be intentional with it.

I see these young girls … I’ll meet them at meet-and-greets, and they’re just devastated by bullying and not having a voice. I would be careful and allow yourself some time limits of when you should use it.

Girls and women in general are especially susceptible to bullying because social consensus is everything to them, so if the social consensus is that they have to kill themselves or that killing themselves is glamorous, they’re considerably more likely to do it.

Skinny-fat Game of Thrones actress Quasimodo Williams also talked a bit about social media and self-hate.

Daily Mail:

Maisie Williams has admitted she went through a period when she felt ‘consumed by sadness’ and ‘hated’ herself ‘every day’.

The Game Of Thrones star, 22, detailed her battle with negative feelings and revealed she has found it ‘impossible to turn a blind eye’ to social media trolling while growing up in the spotlight during her time on the HBO fantasy drama.

She should die because she’s a permanent visual-terrorism act, but that’s beside the point.

The point is that social media really affects the minds of young women.

3 and 4 go hand-in-hand

Girls choosing more violent methods with a higher “success” rate contributes to the closing of the gap between boys and girls dying from suicide. The number of girls trying to kill themselves also increased though.

Research suggests that Netflix’s show about how cool it is to kill yourself and blame everyone else for it, 13 Reasons Why, had a critical role in the increase in suicides that followed its release.

This is all in the “but you can’t prove it tho” territory, but data and suspicious coincidences keep piling up.

Searching “my suicide attempt” in YouTube shows plenty of results, and most feature white people. Yes, they “failed,” but it does show that suicide and self-hate is on their minds.

It is on our people’s minds.

Some of you may even think about it from time to time.

I know the reasons you have for maybe thinking about it are very real. The Jews have made sure of that.

Don’t do your enemies’ job for them.

The Jews want you dead and they want white people extinct. Don’t make it easier for them to achieve that. The fact that you’re here reading this means you had enough intelligence and awareness to realize the shit these hand-rubbers are pulling, and people like you — intelligent and aware — are something we need if we want to win. You’re needed in this fight.

We live in an environment corrupted by the Jews, and this increase in suicide rates is another symptom of that.

Let a Spirit of Revenge fuel you through your hardships.

We’ll figure out together a way to prevent young frontholes from killing themselves.

We can fix everything but death.