Do women in their 30's have a right to shame men their age for dating younger?

Anonymous
The dating world today. 35% of men are actually getting most of the love, relationship and sex from women in their 20's. From this group we can break it down into:
Do women in their 30's have a right to shame men their age for dating younger?
1) Hot guy

2) Guys who are not hot but no how to spit game

3) Rich guys

A combination of all 3 characteristics is possible. Guys who are in the 65% are usually:
Do women in their 30's have a right to shame men their age for dating younger?
1) Average/below average guys some of which might be lucky to get a girlfriend from dumb luck

2) Guys who may in fact be above average but have a nice guy mentality and hang up of being
sexual.

3) Guys who are social awkward and unable to spit any game

Now guys in the 65% can either let the lack of love and companionship in their 20's cripple them or strengthen. You see people don't seem to realize how important the family unit is to men. A man who has a family, and a woman who loves him will strive hard to provide for them. If he left without this he will work bare minimum to just support himself and this is actually one of the methods you use to destroy a society.
Do women in their 30's have a right to shame men their age for dating younger?
Guys who focused on their goals and did not lead into depression and were able to achieve their dreams usually end up becoming more successful down the line, , and increasing their value to women.
Do women in their 30's have a right to shame men their age for dating younger?
Some of these men in the 65% are willing to give into their loneliness and take on the companionship of women in their late 20's who now want to settle down. Others say fuck you to these women and go abroad.

For the men who became successful they have more options than they did in their youth. They can either choose to pick a woman in the 30's age demographic who wouldn't give him a chance when she was young, and pretty or choose to date a girl in her 20's. Many men opt to date women in her 20's.
Do women in their 30's have a right to shame men their age for dating younger?

Women in their 30's (the same women who would not give him a chance) feel it's their duty to criticize and shame him for dating younger.

With that being said do you think these women have a right to criticize these men when they didn't want them when they were young?
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