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Summer Movie Guide Log in with Facebook. Post-marriage, a husband realizes he gets to do less housework, less social planning and gets to assume a leadership role in a marriage, while he no longer has to foot the entire bill for all of his living expenses.

This may still be a good deal for a married man regardless if a marriage is problematic, therefore a man is less likely to file for divorce. The world judges us single women of marriageable age but I'm not sad. Someday I may find the right person but until then I'm only worrying about my own chores and housework! Women don't respect men and men are tired married men and single women movie your blameful blathering Has it ever occurred to any of you princesses that it took you doing all the chores to make it worth getting married?

What possible benefit is there for marriage, for a man, if he has to do half the work and listen to all your crap too? Hey, dunce, sounds like you think the only woman you can get free farmers in australia would accept is one who does housework for you.

You're setting your bar very low. My wife has multiple advanced degrees and brings home a hayuuge salary.

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We pay people to do all the so-called "crap" around our house while I relax by the pool. In my case, I'm benefiting tremendously from women being able to go married men and single women movie school and get an advanced education.

I have an advanced degree and I make a "hayuuge salary" and my wife stays at home and raises our children Good for you. In our case, both my wife and I have advanced degrees, and we hired out child care to au pairs, cleaning to professional services, etc. It has all worked out very well. Wife and I also took turns working remotely from home so we could both be with our 4 kids a lot, and the au pairs gave us flexibility when meetings and business things suddenly came up.

So yeah, I'm just responding to your dumb comment about having women doing work at home and your apparent use of that as a judgement of their "suitability". Made you sound like an idiot from the 's. So you put women down generally, and name call too.

Hey, if you're gonna name call, at least try to be accurate. Arrogant might better describe the tone of my response. And your attitude about women is also off. I love these furious responses to women saying meh, no thanks.


Yeah, it's actually very pleasant not being bothered by men. Totally down with this. As for old age, I find single women are planning much better for this than men are. For one thing, a lot of us are actually mothers, and our kids tend to respect what we did to raise them on our own. They're there for us. We also think ahead to housing issues, how we'll get around, how we'll afford to live, married men and single women movie money will be there if we need assisted living.

We get the legal paperwork sorted because we're not so terrified by the idea of helplessness and needing care. The elders who really cause trouble and expense are the men who can't face aging and dying and rage at everyone who tries to help them. They won't find suitable arrangements when they're able, so when they get past that and must have help, it's a mad and expensive scramble, and meanwhile the guy keeps trying to interfere.

Yes, more women file for divorce, but that doesn't necessarily mean they choose to remain single more than men. Remember, the number of men who are married is exactly equal to the number of women who are married.

Yes, actually, I am factoring in differences, especially in older ages, though I didn't say so explicitly. Since women live longer, and since men tend to marry younger women, there is a huge disproportion of older women who can't find men of similar age.

So perhaps we agree on some of those points. According to a Match. We don't know if most older women are busy trolling dating sites desperately seeking a suitable romantic partner but the match. I don't think a match. I don't know how they did that "survey", but if you just surveyed the people who choose to go to that website, you're not going to get anything close to a representative survey of the population. The problem with older women trying to find companions and not finding them is not a new rumor or guess.

It's well known and has been discussed for years in advice columns where such women write in, and discussed in detail in demographic analyses and interviews in the thorough Chicago Sex Survey from about 20 years ago. The match. Helen Fisher from Rutgers University. Its respondents were not match.

Helen Fisher is highly respected so that sounds solid. But the results were apparently for all age groups. Actually quite the opposite. That survey was one of the most reliable ever, and its demographic truths about older people are just as valid today.

It explains how the disparity in old age is amplified because once you married men and single women movie all those who are attached in older age and the fact men tend to marry younger women, the remaining pools of unattached people are severely imbalanced. It's just basic math and easily obtainable demographic facts, married men and single women movie are anything how to restore find friends on iphone "only anecdotal".

All it requires is a modicum of analytical thinking. So part of your post gave me a little giggle, the one about older single women all alone on the dance floor what with the remaining men running after younger women. How sad, right? Except now that I'm at this point, and my friends are, too, I got news. We're not single because the remaining men have lost interest. They're still interested. We, on the other hand, are just laughing and saying thanks, but no. Because we actually know what we're looking at now when these men come around.


We know they want nurses, that they want taken care of. And oh so much ego fluffing. And odds are they're wrecks financially.

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And you can forget sex anyhow because they're dreaming about what they can do, only then you have to commit to jollying them through it, and oh my lord there goes the afternoon and they're still mopey afterwards. And you have to deal with all their ego fragility about aging.

And the poor dears come a-courting thinking a nice row of dates somehow overcomes all this when we've already got nice lives, comfortable homes, lots of friends, good work, etc. I bet if you polled those older women, most would tell you they're quite content single and not out looking. Actually, you don't speak for all older women, though I'm sure you're speaking for yourself and like-minded friends. The survey documents many conversations with older women and, contrary to what you seem to be asserting, there are a number of older women who find it difficult to find a man, but wish they could.

Of course, not any man, but the problem is the pickin's are slim. Well, what you seem to be saying is that there are few qualified men, which because of the demographics are very few because there are few men total.

So, yes, your complaint is valid. But as one taxi driver in the survey said when asked why he didn't date women his own age, "I don't have to date older married men and single women movie -- with my pension, I can offer a younger woman a lot more than she can find with men her own age who are on the prowl for even younger women", etc.

Not sure what kind of men you've been hanging out with, but there are men well into their 60's and 70's who are in excellent health, run in the increasingly-popular marathons, half-marathons, interracial dating in birmingham, etc. Married men and single women movie you'd be right if you're suggesting that such men are very few. Which again goes to the truth of the dearth of men at that age.

Your generalizations are kind of hilarious.

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