It has always been assumed that women want a husband and children. THis is inspite of progress made by feminists since the 1960's we always assumed deep down inside women wanted a man and children.
But I had an interesting observation watching younger men try to date younger women. Women may say on some level they inevitably do want a husband and children, but their actions indicate otherwise. Matter of fact, their actions indicate the last thing on their minds are husbands and children, and while many of you are saying they're riding the "cock-carousel," I think it is their careers and education that is keeping them away. Not that they're obliged to it or that they cannot leave or postpone these things, but they've been successfully conditioned to put those things first in their lives, and in most cases have said things be the ONLY thing in their lives that matter.
This has ramifications for young men who are looking to get married and start families. Namely, one of not wasting what little time you have on this planet chasing something that may not be feasible or possible. I expand into this in much greater detail in a except from The Clarey Podcast below: