Everywhere, men are stepping back when it comes to romantic commitment.
Many young men are simply indifferent to the idea, some are afraid, while others are angry and have this bitter message for the opposite sex — “We don’t know you; we don’t need you, and we don’t want you.“ * * * In 1970, more than 94 percent of women in the UK were either married or had been married by the time they were 40 years old.
Since then, marriage rates have plummeted, and over all age groups, married couples are now in the minority.
The decline of marriage is a popular topic of discussion in the media with many commentators putting it down to changing lifestyles and freedoms for women.
One day, a young woman named Sano Sakura (Fujiwara Sakura) comes to his office for counseling.
Sakura grew up in an orphanage and lives bearing sense of loneliness.
Feeling the limits of his talent as a musician, Kohei left the music industry.
Twenty years later, Kohei now works as a corporate counselor, but his passion for music never really went away.
Eventually his contract with the recording label was cancelled.
I would argue, however, that there is now a new phenomenon taking place, one that is a harbinger of radical change for the relationship between men and women.
In the years to come, it will be men, not women, who will be the ones driving down marriage and birth rates.
Chinese girls are considered to have some special characteristics that western women do not have, so more and more foreigners hope to marry a Chinese woman.
Luckily, the Internet has brought a new way for people to meet Chinese girls, people can find millions of singles through online dating sites.