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The Love Gallery
Men are more likely than women to marry someone they feel is not quite right for them, debunking the myth that women will do anything for a ring -- and that men avoid commitment. Of the Match.com survey's 5,000 respondents, 31 percent of men, compared to 23 percent of women, admitted they would consider marrying someone who 'has everything they are looking for in a partner' but with whom they weren't in love. 21 percent of men went even further, confessing that they would commit to someone they weren't sexually attracted to. Counter-intuitively, the urge to marry was even stronger for men in their twenties than for those in their thirties and rose again for men in their forties. One guy explained, 'People start looking at you and thinking, "You seem like a decent dude. Where's the woman? You'll go to these weddings, and you'll be at the increasingly declining table of the singles. There's, like, three guys and a girl. You're all kind of looking at each other like, "Wow, these odds are pretty bad." It's kind of like feminism on its head: for years, women were trying to get out of the house, and here are all these men dying to get back into [it].'