One third of Chinese women do not think Chinese men are “man enough” for them
A 2014 survey of 73,215 people in 34 provinces and cities in China showed that 63% of single people stay at home more than 6 hours on holidays, 31.7% stay at home for more than 10 hours on holidays, 32.3% of single women stay home and watch soap operas, 66.6% of single men stay home and surf the internet, 80% of single women say that they are alone for long periods, their social circle is very small, and they do not meet suitable males. Parental interference in choosing a mate affects 33.5% of single males and 27.4% single females, 71.8% of females demand that the male prospect owns a home before marriage, 17.8% of females demand that the male prospect owns an automobile before marriage, 60% of women do not want a second child, 11% of men do not want a second child, and 33.3% of Chinese women do not think Chinese men are “man enough” for them. The reasons are: Chinese men lack “inner cultivation” (nei han xiu yang) and “independent management abilities” (zi li neng li).
Is this feminine egomania?