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<<It seems that loads of Millenials are following my lead and example.

For them, it is increasingly an affordability problem. The relentless erosion of working and middle class earning power has made marriage and children less and less attractive.
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So what I read about "highly educated women" often being unable to find men they want to have children with are wrong, then?


Seems like a lot of men are joining me by opting out of marriage and children and leaving feminists high and dry ----so to speak.

A lot of these highly educated women don't want to have children without a man to help finance the costs, and the men no longer see the point.

These "highly educated women" have often postponed marriage and children until age 35 or so, and then discovered that men aren't interested in being sperm donors and money machines for the families they suddenly want to have.


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