August 1, 2019

A recent report published by the U.S. Census Bureau shows that the proportion of young adults who are married has declined over time. For example, while 59 percent of young adults ages 18-34 were married in 1978, only 30 percent of young adults are married today. Even...

July 28, 2019

The bias against single people that I call “singlism” is pervasive. The stereotyping, stigmatizing, and marginalizing of single people, and the discrimination against them, shows up in the workplace, the marketplace, the classroom, and the boardroom; in politics, the m...

February 12, 2019

The pressure mounts for many singles. But this pressure is unjustified. Many singles do not feel pitiful, alone, abandoned, or unlucky. They perceive themselves as attractive, articulate, well-educated, handsomely employed—and just happy to live on their very own.

I int...

January 30, 2019

Marriage and family are still sanctified in our society and only recently a discussion has started about whether we should use the F (family) word more cautiously. In March 2017, Google experienced a backlash from its own employees after an internal presentation misuse...

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* Quotes are from real interviews conducted for the book, pseudo images and names are used to protect interviewees' anonymity. 

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