Worried Swedish psychologist: How are all the lonely men going to cope?
Sweden is turning into a country of males.
The Swedish psychologist Magnus Hedén adresses the issue in Svenska Dagbladet. Hedén writes that the overwhelmingly majority of male refugees during last year's refugee crisis in Sweden creates problems in the population.
In the autumn of 2015 there were about 12,000 more men than women in Sweden, but according to Hedén, the male surplus in the age group 15 to 35 years is now between 10 and 20 percent in some counties in Sweden.
"After this almost perverse male surplus, we continue to talk about integration as if it exclusively would be a matter of jobs and financial inclusion," writes the psychologist.
Hedén calls for the politicians to come up with proposals on how this imbalance can be rectified.
"With reservations for minor adjustments in sexual behavior (such as polyamory and homosexuality), a high school student today, can calculate the competition and figure out that between 10 and 20 percent of all the men in Sweden must live alone," writes Hedén.
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