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Take a “concept” like “He’s Just Not That Into You,” which puts blame squarely on the man’s shoulders. But at what point did we lose the capacity to be as “Just Not That Into You” as the men?If we’re to expect a society in which men and women are truly considered equals, women have to accept their portion of the responsibility, and the blame. Some years ago, having lived in New York City since graduating from college, I was visiting my parents for Thanksgiving. ” You can probably imagine the indignant response that ensued, in which I (and my mom) defended my choice not to be married and not even be dating anyone at the ripe old age of, say, 26, because it’s New York and that’s how the kids do things there, and plus I’d just broken up with someone, and who are you to tell me I should already be paired off and shuffled down the aisle for a life of tedium and domesticity anyway, old neighbor man?Hence the workaholics, status-aholics, power-aholics, and whatever else ambition breeds.Meanwhile, the streets are plentiful with ever more attractive women. As one man admitted, “Guys in New York have unrealistic standards for what their lives should be.” But it’s hardly fair to say that New York City women haven’t come here for much the same reasons that men have, or that they don’t have similarly unrealistic expectations.
There were Peter Pan Syndrome–afflicted man-children, full-fledged adult males with zero desire to grow up, maybe ever. ” If you’re a single, heterosexual woman of a certain age living in New York City, you’ve surely heard some version of the lament more times than you can count: “There are no good single men living in New York City! ” It’s followed by various tales of woe regarding “typical NYC jerks” and the evils they have inflicted upon amazing, upstanding, attractive, intelligent, high-powered New York City women who are so much better than the men they date. Maybe saying and hearing this makes single women feel better. There are more women than men, which everyone loves to bemoan as the cold, hard cornerstone of this city’s relationship difficulties. Census, which, it bears mentioning, does not ask to identify sexual orientation.
Well, being the senior club in a full twenty-something years is not particularly endearing, and is open to misinterpretation.
Added to this feels real or imagined that one is as attractive as they once were.
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