A new study, by the clever bods at Yale University, suggests women are struggling to find a mate due to a shortage of eligible men.
Prof Marcia Inhorn, a Yale Professor of Anthropology, told The Telegraph: “Most women who are educated would like to have an educated partner. Nothing ground-breaking here, but Inhorn thinks a bit of compromise might be the answer: “Maybe women need to be prepared to be more open to the idea of a relationship with someone not as educated.”Whether this only applies to desperate ageing singletons or is a good approach at any age, we’re not sure, but ‘beggars can’t be choosers’ is a philosophy most of us will be quite familiar with.
As I connected to the onboard wifi and tried to complete some work, I overhear the lady in front of me telling her seatmate how she apologizes ahead of time if she gets sick on this flight. with twins,” she said and goes on to explain how this was her first flight since finding out about the pregnancy.
The ladies exchanged girlie congrats and baby plans. It was too early to have conversations like the one happening in front of me.
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If I tell him on the second date, is the evening going to turn into a biology lesson on the female reproductive system? If I tell him on the third date, will there be a fourth date?
If I lob it out there on the fourth date, will he say, "Why didn't you tell me sooner?
Since I'm back on the dating scene, I've been thinking about if or when I should tell my future dates that I've frozen my eggs. Bringing up the egg freezing subject in general is tricky business.
Never mind doing it when you're sitting across from a handsome guy with a beautiful smile that you've met 30 minutes ago. If I feel a connection, should I bring it up on the first date?