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I am glad you can laugh about that article. Personally I don't find convincing a generation of women that the have missed the opportunity to marry simply because they chose to go to college particularly funny. That particular reckless use of data could very well have convinced a generation of women to make poor decisions that influenced the path of their lives. How sad is that? Telling older women today that they are less desirable than their male counterparts and therefore have fewer options available them is equally reckless. And based on what, a 20 year old statistic that ignores the reality of the market for relationships later in life? Women staying in loveless, maybe even abusive relationships because society feeds them a perpetual line that they are unworthy of love because they stopped ovulating is really, in my opinion, nothing to laugh about.
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