The paradox of the sexual revolution is that those who preach it belong mostly to the upper stratum, but those who suffer from it belong mostly to the lower.  Will this difference persist?  I don't think it can.

Although, as I conceded in a previous post, wealth can compensate for a while for the natural consequences of sexual irregularity, the cost of compensation becomes greater and greater.

Well-off parents of the last generation who no longer believed in the old sexual norms and kept up their marriages merely as a social pretense provided at least a shred of stability to their children.  But the children of these parents no longer believe even in the pretense, and the chances they take make their parents look like pikers.  Their own children will be worse off than they are.