By Emily GashawMay 11, 2019 10:29amWhen you think about the number of times women’s magazines have had to do creative work to stay relevant and attractive, you can imagine what the men have had a tough time with in the past few years.
While women are still the majority of the population in the US, women are now the largest minority.
While it might not seem like a lot to women, the number one complaint women receive when they try to reach out to a man for a date is: “No one’s asking for me!”
The issue of men’s and women’s interests in dating has been a hot topic in the media in recent years.
The New York Times recently ran an article titled “Why Are We Attracted to Men?” by Megan Crampton, a writer at Slate and a columnist at Men’s Health.
She shared her opinion that “the women’s-only dating market is hurting the men.”
The article argues that men who want to date women are more likely to look for a relationship that doesn’t involve a lot of time spent together.
It’s not just men who are being put off.
According to a report from The Atlantic, a large number of women are also looking for less-exclusive dating opportunities, and the women they are attracted to are more often seeking out relationships that include more casual social interactions.
“We’ve seen a decrease in casual sex, and that’s because women want more intimacy,” said Kate Ewens, co-founder of the dating website Plenty of Fish, to The Atlantic.
“There’s a disconnect between men and women when it comes to casual sex.”
Ewens went on to say that men’s interest in casual relationships has changed over the past decade, but it’s a problem for men who don’t want to commit to a relationship. According