Tag Archives: Post Marital Spinsterhood

Addiction to divorce fantasy is also about power.

As recent readers know, I’ve been poking at a massive sore spot for some of my female commenters lately with the themes of post marital spinsterhood and the remarriage strike.  To be clear it is only a minority of my … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Grey Divorce, Marriage, Post Marital Spinsterhood, Remarriage Strike | Tagged | 42 Comments

The Rationalization Hamster 500!

Few topics generate more excitement for rationalization hamsters than the question of why women don’t (re)marry later in life.  Merely bringing this topic up is the equivalent of grabbing a megaphone and shouting: Hamsters!  Start your engines! If you have … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Choice Addiction, Finding a Spouse, Manosphere Humor, Marriage, Post Marital Spinsterhood, Rationalization Hamster, Remarriage Strike | Tagged | 109 Comments

Post-marital spinsterhood part two: the data.

As I mentioned on my first post on the topic, I’ve noticed a shift across the generations on how men felt about remarriage.  It strikes me that men are both less willing to remarry after divorce (especially if they already … Continue reading

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Post-marital spinsterhood.

I coined the term post-marital spinsterhood when I created the spoof warning label for Eat Pray Love.  Women finding it difficult to remarry after divorce is something I’ve noted personally amongst my own generation.  Many women my wife and I … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Choice Addiction, Grey Divorce, Post Marital Spinsterhood, Remarriage Strike, selling divorce | Tagged | 80 Comments

Exploding “Grey Divorce”

My wife saw something in the media about some large trend of couples divorcing at or around retirement age, dubbed “grey divorce”.  She was very troubled by this.  I agreed entirely with the sentiment, but was also intrigued.  Why would … Continue reading

Posted in Ageing Feminists, Choice Addiction, Grey Divorce, Marriage, Post Marital Spinsterhood, Remarriage Strike | Tagged | 29 Comments