I will not comment on this topic here, but encourage you to read about it on The Spinsterlicious Life blog. The Spinsterlicious Life discusses topics that don't get a lot of airplay at social gatherings and happy hours, such as why a woman might not want children or why a woman might not want to get married. She also talks about dating and relationships in general.
Even though I've been legally married for four whole years now, I still feel like a single person. I guess that's because I was really single through my 20s and 30s, which means that I strongly identified as single, relished being single, wrote about being single, examined the experience of being single and then desperately fought to stop being single. All my friends were single and I didn't receive a wedding invitation for about 12 years during that time. I got married at age 41, so singledom was a big part of my adult life and I don't count out the possibility of being single again one day.
I like The Spinsterlicious Life because I appreciated a lot of things about being on my own and this blogger completely affirms those things. Having your own space, your own time and your own everything is wonderful. I love my husband, but even he knows there are things I miss about being single.
I like reading The Spinsterlicious Life because many of the topics feel like they still apply to me. Separate bedrooms? No desire for children? Advantages of being never-married? NOT being afraid of ending up alone and childless? Yes, I definitely fit in the Spinsterlicious demographic and I'll keep coming back because, after all, the blog should probably have some token married readers.