Four of them used one phrase or the other, and ten of twelve men in our focus group said they felt the same way: The singles scene had lost some of its appeal. Many men reluctantly admitted that for more than a year, they had felt uncomfortable in the singles world where they had been hanging out for the past five years. The singles world for professionals obviously is an older and more sophisticated crowd than that for men whose formal education ended in high school, but eventually men from both groups had the same experience. Three young men who had graduated from the same high school were in one focus group made up of men who were about to marry. One was a plumber, one worked repairing computers, and the third was a store manager. Each said he had begun to feel uncomfortable in his favorite singles place about two years earlier.
The Observer Life and style Classified the mind of the conjugal man What do blokes actually think about domesticated sex - and affairs? We asked five men about cheating, lusting after that life with kids Edward Marriott Sun 8 Jul He has one child, now 21, from his first marriage Russell, 43, marketing executive, married designed for 16 years, with three children. He and his wife a moment ago separated Carl, 41, teacher, has lived with his partner designed for 15 years, with whom he has a nine-year-old son How would you describe your wife? Michael: Sexy, interesting; more booming than me. Russell: Pretty, 5ft3in, slim, 54kg, same profession at the same time as me. Good mother. Nick: Attractive, artistic. But she's someone who doesn't really reflect on her own emotional make-up.