December 20, 2010
Reporter Jessica Alaimo of the Media Network of Central Ohio wrote:
One observer points to a cause of the trepidation on men’s part: The change in their pocket just isn’t enough.
“Lower-income males are not very marriageable,” said Donald Hubin, executive director of Fathers and Families Ohio, a group dedicated to family court reform.
Hubin said men are marriage-shy.
“People say, ‘What’s the point of getting married when it will end in divorce?'” he said.
Hubin said men have concerns about obligations family courts will impose on them. The organization recently lobbied against a bill that would have raised child support obligations.
To read the full article, see the Media Network of Central Ohio’s In Ohio, single men outnumber single women (12/20/10).