A lady doesn't tell her age, but I'll admit to being close to thirty (I won't tell which side I'm on -- that's why I moisturize). When my parents were my age, they had two children. TWO CHILDREN. Now, my dad was not only in his mid-twenties with kids, but he had hit a lot of other adult milestones as well -- mortgage, wife, graduate degrees, etc. Nowadays, you're much more likely to see a guy playing X-box, than buying one for his kids. (We've done a lot of sides of this issue -- see our Rejuvenile show.) This is, needless to say, frustrating for my single girlfriends -- many of whom would like to find a mate to hit those milestones with -- and according to Kay Hymowitz, it's not great for the man-child(s), either. We'll hear why from her -- but in the meantime, are you a man who can't grow up? Or a woman stuck buying a man-child drinks?
January 28, 2008