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The stigma of “Singlism”: ever-single women’s perceptions of their social environment

“I’m a loser, I’m not married, let’s just all look at me”: ever-single women’s perceptions of their social environment From Journal of Family Issues The growing numbers of individuals marrying later or not marrying at all, combined with high divorce … Continue reading

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