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Singled out: why can't we believe unmarried, childless women are happy?

7 mins | Jun 13, 2019
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When Paul Dolan proposed that single women may be happier than those married and with children, at the 2019 Hay Festival, he ignited widespread online outrage. Writing in the Guardian, Dolan responds to his critics, suggesting their outrage may have a lot to tell us about society's view towards single women.
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