But the fact is that there are also many single, conservative, religous, intelligent, attractive women with no tatoos who want to get married and claim that they "can't find a good man." And the fact is that in the same church or workplace or group of casual contacts are equally conservative, hard working single men who want a good woman.
But the woman doesn't want that guy. She wants someone else she hasn't met yet.
I meet a lot of women who sit there and whine about how crappy most 'guys' are, but these babes have quite a few problems on their own. It's quite amusing.
Now, there I'd have to disagree with you. Single churchgoing Christian women far outnumber single churchgoing Christian men. Why? Theories abound, but Mr. Fairview's theory is that the church strictures on premarital sex are far, far too difficult for most men to adhere to.
Women generally want a man who makes significantly more money than them, is at least as well educated, and generally contributes to their "status" with their friends.
It's hard for a woman on the right half of the Bell Curve to accomplish that. Meanwhile, men who are equal to them in income, or are balding or overweight, are not interesting to them