“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.”
The heterogeneity of assumed intentions may incur a conclusory stereotype regarding gender selections in marriage-based societies, especially in those where the masculine hegemony of capital resources presupposes the feminization of property and uxorial acquisition.
Universities voice progressive bromides, but they care mostly for the tenured and the technocrat, not the part-time lecturer and the indebted student. Thanks to soaring tuition, campus is now the haunt of the very wealthy, who can afford it, and the very poor, who are often exempted from it. The less romantic middle class goes $1 trillion into debt for high-interest student loans.
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