Saturday, October 22, 2011

We’re becoming the men we wanted to marry

Wow, this was a great read!  Kate Bolick's All The Single Ladies, published in The Atlantic, discusses what it's like to be a single women over the age of 30, mixing anecdotes and statistics to explain the implications of the waiting-to-marry and maybe-never-marrying as a generational phenomenon.
...While the rise of women has been good for everyone, the decline of males has obviously been bad news for men—and bad news for marriage. For all the changes the institution has undergone, American women as a whole have never been confronted with such a radically shrinking pool of what are traditionally considered to be “marriageable” men...
All five pages at

1 comment:

Dolphin and Condor Fabrics said...

This is really fantastic. I think the last page is the best, more uplifting than the beginning!