Overcoming lingering feelings from a former relationship.
“I’m criticized for telling the truth about the differences between men and women.”BEIJING — Every evening, Liang Xuemeng goes online to read the latest postings from Ayawawa, one of China’s most popular advice columnists.“I’ve learned a lot from Ayawawa,” said Ms. “I wish I’d started following her before my first marriage failed.”Ayawawa is the online name of Yang Bingyang, one of several online advice dispensers who have won celebrity in China by tapping into urban women’s anxieties about finding a man to marry. Yang has 2.8 million followers on Weibo, a Twitter-like messaging service, and 1.3 million on We Chat, the social media platform where she answers readers’ questions.“Since I was very young, even before I had my first relationship, I’ve been good at giving advice on relationships to people around me,” Ms. Although women in their 20s are greatly outnumbered by men in the same age group in China, a product in part of the since-abandoned one-child family policy and a cultural preference for sons, they face enormous pressure to marry.
A former model, author of nine books and, she says, one of the first Chinese admitted to Mensa, the high I. Those who do not have a husband by the age of 27 are routinely branded as “leftover women,” with diminishing value in the dating market. U.” refers to “Paternity Uncertainty.”She elaborated: “A man’s M. is determined by his age, height, looks, wealth, I.
They were using me, supposedly as my translator/guides to get girls wed meet out walking around to give them their numbers thinking the numbers were actually for me!
It was pretty crazy how well I did though, even just functioning as bait.
Many of these “leftover women” are well-educated urban professionals in a society where men prefer women who are younger and less successful than themselves. Q., emotional quotient, sexual capacity and willingness to make a long-term commitment.” The eight elements in a woman’s M. are her “age, looks, height, bra cup size, weight, academic degrees, personality and family background.”As for P.
The surplus of bachelors shows up mostly on the other end of the spectrum, poor rural men, prompting the state-run All-China Women’s Federation to urge women to lower their standards, lest they, too, end up as “leftovers.”The stress surrounding the search for a suitable partner has given rise to highly rated television dating shows and public matchmaking events. U., Ayawawa said, “In human evolutionary history, a man’s great concern is that he cannot be certain if he is the father of his partner’s child.” So she advises her female readers: “Don’t wear revealing clothes.
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Ayawawa, whose real name is Yang Bingyang, center, at a fan event in Guangzhou, China, last year.
“Our world has been hijacked by political correctness,” she said.
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