I say I don’t want to get married, and they argue

Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune) 

DEAR AMY: I am a 36-year-old single man.

I don’t really want to get married for a bunch of reasons (like the high infidelity and divorce rates and all the responsibilities, expenses, obligations, etc.). Family life isn’t really appealing to me.

I work with a lot of older adults and at least once a week I get questions like: “Why aren’t you married? Have you found a mate yet? Where is your girlfriend? When are you going to get married?” I’ve also been asked if I’m gay.

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