Just stumbled upon an interesting article:
I posted my own thoughts on this issue (somewhat related) in my most popular blog post (based on # of views) here:
CHRISTIAN MAN SHORTAGE-- MY OWN THOUGHTS HERE :)
I don't have much more to say on this--well I do--but I'll spare you them today. The only thing I will say is this:
Many young women (under the age of 35) still want to get married (or, at least find a long-term monogamous companion). Conversely, the percentage of young men who wish to do the same is far less. This trend only seems to be getting worse especially as we consider the statistics of who wants to get married in today’s world compared to who wanted to get married in previous decades.
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Yes, statistics reveal that fewer men want to get married while women's interest in finding a long-term partner (especially as they get older) has increased.https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/young-men-giving-up-on-marriage-women-arent-women-anymore
Is it because of the job scarcity for men in America?http://www.businessinsider.com/a-simple-reason-why-fewer-americans-are-getting-married-2014-9?IR=T