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Is The "Cohabitation Effect" Obsolete?

In the most-shared article in the NYT last weekend, psychologist Meg Jay warned couples against living together before marriage. Hanna Rosin rolls her eyes: Jay trotted out the usual clichés about women looking at living together as a step toward...
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Men Aren't Ending In Asia

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (2 years ago)

Mara Hvistendahl challenges the international claims in Hanna Rosin's new book: Early in The End of Men, we learn that the average age of marriage for women in Asia is 32 -- a fact, Rosin writes, that shows that women... Read Post

Ask Hanna Rosin Anything: Is Discrimination Causing The Wage Gap?

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (2 years ago)

Hanna Rosin has a new book out, The End Of Men. Chloe Angyal complicates Rosin's thesis: Statistically speaking, when it comes to work and money at least, women are doing better than ever before, and it looks as though that... Read Post

Cohabitating: Questioning the decision to move in before marriage

Arts : Arts Post (3 years ago)

Cohabitation is sparking conversation among couples after a New York Times article alleged that living together before marriage could bode poorly for a couple’s happily-ever-after prospects. Psychologist Meg Jay wrote about a nation... Read Post


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