Men simply have more to lose in 2016-2017. Are there men who aren't yet aware of all they have to lose, make mating choices like organized society and laws don't exist, and then end up bitching and complaining about child support, custody, divorce and spousal maintenance issues afterwards? Absolutely. How big of a portion of the male population does this account for? Over (1/3) (i. e. not college educated). The more aware a man is of what he has to lose (and the more he actually has to lose in terms of income and assets), the more cautious and selective a man will be. He's not going to be verbose and loud about it. It's not in his interest to warn his fellow male competitors about these risks. The more junk bonds they remove from the market, the easier it is for him to find AAA rated debt. anyway, as time goes on, if the laws stay the same, you can naturally expect men to be more selective - on average.
I have to disagree. Women won't go out with a guy because of his job.
rofl what world do u live in
@VerbalWN Really? I've never heard of that, ever. I think you're talking to the wrong women! I've never turned a man down for that and neither have any of my friends. Unless he was a stripper, male escort or a pornstar, I'd never turn a man down because of his job - I don't care what he does, as long as it makes him happy.
It's true. I've tried online dating. Reading some of the women's profiles on what they are looking for. Most want someone 6ft tall as well. I've seen one woman actually post " Date Only 6.3+ Tall, Dark, Athletic Successful ( Means at least $75,000 in net income).
Not true. Nothing matter if guy can't keep the guy or get the girl. Keeping another person in your life is hard
yeah once they get in their late twenties they do. The younger girls care about looks in a guy way more.
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women tend to overvalue themselves by a large ammount though.
@alphadoggystyle Not saying in the most valuable but I'm not gonna say I'm not, wouldn't really wanna be with a guy that's not worth shit, doesn't have anything going for him self, bad traits that sorta thing, when I offer good things on my side, you would want someone you could relate to and have those things in common with, a person that deserves the good things you have to offer
What standards are those? Morals, personality, looks? And yeah do what makes you happy.