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This is a 3 Tissue Version and the accompanied hand-wringing will require your input..

I think that we can indeed safely state without any fear of contradiction, that it use to be the case in the recent past and it was proudly claimed, a wish that the feminasties would endless boast about, "Women can have it ALL" was the standard regurgitated mantra they would foolishly brag about without realising that it did have a consequence,  which came back and bit them where it hurts the most. An education that most are still having and one that would appear to be repeated more often than not while they hide their head in the sand and live in denial..

What can I say, you were told repeatedly and refused to believe any of it due to your own elevated egoes and self inflated importance, which by the way, does have a use-by-date imprinted on it..

And here it is..

Growing problem: Many over-45s describe themselves as 'invisible' to the opposite sex
The Plankton Generation - that's women who are barely visible and at the bottom of the food chain for romance - just because they're over 45

When it comes to romance, we all like a happy ending — which is what makes a new blog by an older, single woman such a heart-wrenching read.
The woman, who is divorced but says she would love to be married again, describes herself as being ‘on the wrong side of 45 with a brace of kids’ and bewails her place in ‘relationship no-man’s land’, condemned to be alone for the rest of her days.
She writes under the name ‘The Plankton’, explaining that, like the plankton in the ocean, she is barely visible and ‘at the bottom of the food chain for love and relationships’.
The problem is ofcourse that when you are treated as princesses and never refused anything and continually had the opposite sex checking out your butt in the past, that was not a problem back then was it. But now, divorce later, which may in most cases be purely to get the money and run, developed the situation you are now in.  You thought, because of the past, that you would be inundated with suitors just like them good olde days but here you are, wallowing in self pity and keeping cats company just because you fell for the feminist lies and now when you need their help the most, where are they ?

Don't want to know you. You were just cannon fodder where they were concerned. You were one of their mindless entities who they claimed to represent but now having achieved what they wanted and accessing endless government funding to achieve their goals, you are discarded like some useless rag not fit for anything..

You can thank mindless feminist drones like Valenti and Marcotte who have absolutely no issue with stabbing you in the back once they have used you for their needs, which apparently needs to be determined as most of their drivel are still waiting to be interpreted..

‘I always had boyfriends when I was younger and assumed I would again after James was born,’ she says. ‘When he  was three, I started chatting online. These chats were fun — and sometimes quite flirty — but if I ever suggested  we meet, the men would often back  off, saying they were not looking for a relationship.’
For people like me — I’ve been married and out of the dating game for nearly 20 years — the idea that there are vast numbers of single women, but no single men, seems nonsensical. Official statistics reveal that among those aged 45 to 64 there are equal numbers of men and women living alone, it is only in the 65 and over age group that the lone women outnumber men — and that’s easily explained by the fact that men die younger. So what’s going wrong?The imbalance, it seems, is because middle-aged men are  looking for partners who are far younger than them. ‘A man can pick from a wider pool of women — his age and under, by several decades,’ The Plankton writes. ‘I have a friend in her late 30s who lives with, and has children by, a man in his mid-60s. He is paunchy with grey chest hair and not especially rich. He plucked her from a surfeit of willing women, watching him like vultures before my friend “got” him.’

Divorce in England and Wales in the 45- plus age group rose by more than 30 per cent between 1997 and 2007