I stumbled across this article titled "Don't Marry Career Women." It was apparently posted on Forbes.com earlier in August this year, but seems it was promptly pulled off the internet. Hmm...I wonder why? Could it be because their inbox was filled with comments from offended women?
The article states how a woman's career can negatively influence a marriage and cause divorce, specifically stating, "Women's work hours consistently increase divorce, whereas increases in men's work hours often have no statistical effect." Other comments in the article (though not stated directly regarding women, but fully implied) were: "The other reason a career can hurt a marriage will be obvious to anyone who has seen their mate run off with a co-worker: When your spouse works outside the home, chances increase they'll meet someone they like more than you." and "Additionally, individuals who earn more than $30,000 a year are more likely to cheat."
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. Ambitious women may be harder to please in some cases, therefore men should buck up. Oh it's okay for a woman to try to keep a driven, ambitious man happy. In fact, traditionally, the general concensus was that it was her JOB to keep a man happy. You know, dinner on the table at 5, kids all shiny and clean for Daddy, the whole nine yards. Obviously, we are not in the 1950s anymore. Men, if you continue to expect ballsy women to keep up with you, start keeping up with us. This article was obviously written by a man that couldn't handle or compete with a career-oriented woman.