What, Me Marry?


Hour 2

At the age of 36 writer KATE BOLICK found herself single after living a life expecting to be married by a “normal time,” and felt liberated after removing this cultural stigma. Now 39, Bolick writes about how the pressures and needs of a single woman to marry have changed over the last several decades. Her article, “What Me, Marry: In Today’s Economy Men are Falling Apart. What that Means for Sex and Marriage,” is the cover story of the Atlantic magazine.

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