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into a dark place,” because what if “all the really good girls that [they] would want to marry are taken,” as matchmaker Maria Avgitidis put it, having been snatched up by men “four years younger”? I’m sorry, but I, as a single 36-year-old woman who has seen nearly every promising new relationship combust the Well, the good news is, there are options! If single 30- and 40-something men are either still out at the club keeping the Pussy Posse alive or tending to their sudden desire for a more “meaningful” existence by settling down with women who are younger, where does that leave all the “really good” grown ass single women* who, FOR THE LOVE OF FUCKING GOD, just want to be treated like human beings and not costars the universe provides to enhance the stages of too many men’s glacially-paced journey towards understanding that life is more meaningful when you actually give a shit? Allow me to ask the question the piece goes out of its way to leave unacknowledged: What about straight single women over 35 who are seeking commitment and maybe even a family?Tall, well-dressed, seriously great smile — this was going to be just fine. I’ve never been one to make plans, so I didn’t really know what Friday night was going to look like in my 30s.We had met a few days before while waiting for our tables at brunch, and he was so charming that I agreed to follow-up drinks before remembering that I wasn’t ready to date. I was waiting on a friend,” he explained as he pulled out a chair and put his book on the table. If I’m being honest, I guess I didn’t expect to be sitting down to dinner in Ardmore with my adoring husband and 2.5 children.