Dating successful women
After dating men of all heights, incomes, and careers, I’ve decided to prioritize a man’s ability to communicate and have adventures with me over his pursuit of a powerful career to pay for my Dom Perignon. When my mother met my father she was a prestigious graduate bent on medical school.My father was a carpenter who had dropped out of college.
There is no one left for us,” said Charlie, perpetually single.
All calculations based on high level census data split evenly across the genders and back of the envelope division, and don’t take into account important nuances like men who only date up or the number of heterosexual women I know that are done with men and now experiment with other women.
But you’ll get the gist…)So we have 1.04 educated professional heterosexual man for 1 heterosexual educated professional woman. Yet educated professional men don’t view things this way. (274,000 heterosexual women between 18–64 for 28,000 heterosexual educated professional men in the same age range)This bothers many women.“My ex left me for Susie Pilates saying it was “easier.” Of course it’s easier.
Why can’t successful women ditch the monetary and education requirements?
After all, we no longer live in the 1950s and need someone to provide for us.