Recently over at Boxer’s Blog, Derek Ramsey made the following (slightly edited) observations:
From statistics, we know that over half of people have lasting marriages. The problem is that you can’t marry people who are already married, and presumably you don’t want to take the chance on a non-virgin. By age 25, ~95% of women are not virgins (and most of the best are married). You’ll have to find a quality wife before she is 25. By the time you (or she) are ~32, your options become much more limited and your divorce risk steadily increases. Thus, a man’s window of opportunity to find a quality wife is time-limited.
Please share your thoughts about this.