I'd love a relationship, but in the western world where a woman a year younger than me actually walks around with fucking dildo's in a university as a form of 'serious' protest against gun control?There's no way I'd stick my penis in someone like that, especially if I was planning on having children because I'd be worried my kid would grow up a moron because of her. Men are not willing to agree to "commit" to a "while you make me happy" are not "scared of commitment." They are scared that their would-be wives value and understand commitment.now women are dying to get married in their late 20s and early 30s so they can lock in that lottery for later.it's funny though.women have all the same opportunities as a man to make money so why are they so afraid of not being able to support themselves?The infamous OK Cupid blog post: an online dating study, men rating the attractiveness of women on roughly a bell curve. Granted, it's no secret that there is a large gender imbalance in the user base of Ok Cupid.When you already have digital hunks clamoring for your attention, you probably feel ok rejecting everyone less than Fabio as "unattractive."That's just one confounding variable, though.
before women gave sex away so easily, men were dying to marry women.It was given to me by random people on Twitter when I wrote about my policy of only dating feminists.“This special snowflake will be single for a long time,” someone wrote.I’m so glad I didn’t listen to any of these people.they don't have the same drive as men but can't stop mouthing off about men not allowing them to i was a boy, my plan was to marry at 26. pretty scary to walk into something that could ruin your life at the behest of another person.Both emotionally, socially and economically is a divorce one of the worst things that could happen to a man, so there are clear, obvious reasons for men to be wary of marriage, as the only way to get divorced is if you first marry someone.
Men tend to have much higher diversity in the types of women they like, whereas women tend to go for one model, with very little variation (and a boatload of contradiction, i.e., he has to be a feminist, but he should earn more than me and treat me like a princess, he has to be sensitive, but I don't want to deal with his gross emotions)It's totally inconcievable why men wouldn't want to work their asses into an early grave picking up the slack for a low-libido-after-marriage "strong independent woman" with a low-stress "fulfilling career" who has a midlife crisis needing to "realize herself" and then takes half of the assets, and all of your kids, and continues bleeding your bank account dry from alimony.