A few years ago, the book — boys get the same message, and even in this presumably enlightened age, I just can’t see a parent encouraging a son to “marry up.” Earlier this summer, a study (OK, funded by a credit report agency so I take it with a grain of salt) indicated financial responsibility and financial compatibility was more important or just as important as career ambition, physical attraction and sex and intimacy, especially for women.It never even occurred to me to worry about such things (I’ve never discussed credit ratings with a partner), but that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t have paid it attention when it seemed like things were getting serious.But Brie Larson was taken aback when a TSA agent made a move on her after she smiled at him at an airport.The 28-year-old Academy Award-winning actress took to twitter on Thursday to share her thoughts about the situation that made her feel so uncomfortable.To donate to Georgia, Gabby, and Tatum’s goal of installing refillable water bottle stations in their middle school please go to For all TOUR DATE & MERCH click HERE: Follow me on..Twitter: https://twitter.com/bertkreischer Facebook: https:// Kreischer Instagram: https://Wheeler Walker Jr, Lee Ann Kreischer, and I hang out in the mancave to talk about Country music legends, taking naked pictures, and Wheeler going against the grain in the music industry.We also get a special performance of two songs “Drunk Sluts” and “Pictures on my phone” by Wheeler Walker Jr.
I am fortunate to have a wonderful longtime partner (who, as an educator, knows all about small salaries), but I sometimes wonder what would happen if I lost my job and was looking for love — would I be marriage material (assuming I even wanted to marry again, that is, which I don’t), or even dateable? ); by virtue of my gender alone, yes — I would probably be viable relationship material.
But if I were an unemployed man — regardless of age — would the same rules apply?
Probably not (although I imagine a certain amount of women would eagerly entangle themselves if he was hot; yes, we gals can be incredibly shallow, too).
While studies have shown that low-income women value marriage and have more traditional views about marriage and divorce than others, they don’t want to get hitched to a man who is going to drag them down.
A man who isn’t contributing financially is a handicap, as one young single mother says in “What was his purpose?
I started thinking, ‘I don’t need him.’ He was just like an extra burden.