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A lot is being written lately about our “hook-up culture” and how great it is for women.
Sure, I could get together the cash to pay a sitter, wax my junk and buy whatever the kids are wearing these days. But the emotional, time, energy –and yes, financial — investment that is required to sip some Portland microbrew I’m supposed to be familiar with next to some dude who I’m 100 percent sure I never want to see again (despite brags of hedge fund earnings) is just too steep. Some people find it thrilling to chat up strangers — even have sex with them — and they may be better women than I am.
Even when I was totally single in my 20s, I just couldn’t get excited by casual dating — for me it’s all or nothing.
In summary, women today are just as free as men to have casual sex, and — turns out — this is good for women because it means we get some booty while delaying marriage and children, which is good for our careers and Fidelity portfolios.
Hana Rosin wrote an article in ), where she writes: “To put it crudely, feminist progress right now largely depends on the existence of the hookup culture.”I find this reporting fascinating and relevant, and in general, give all my sisters a big high-five (except that this argument ignores that fact that our hookup culture also leads to women crying into their pillows and taking out second mortgages to finance IVF treatments because all that delaying means THEY CAN’T GET PREGNANT at age 47. I recently split from my boyfriend of one year, and it can feel sad and lonely to be truly partnerless.
When you think of a single mom on the dating scene, visions of a 20-something who can barely balance her own checkbook (guilty) probably don’t come to mind.
But, believe it or not, not all of us single moms are recent divorcées scrolling through silver fox profiles on Match.
While the age of the child plays a factor, if you’re not looking for anything serious, you shouldn’t play the “I’ll figure it out” game with a ready-made family.