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Repeatedly, we’re disappointed, and we’re starting to find that holding out for a long-term love is often not a pragmatic choice.We do still cohabitate, or “live apart together.” But we no longer expect (or need) those arrangements to last forever.

The fader and I had been seeing each other for a couple of months. They’re choosing instead the cat n’ vibrator model, which used to be the saddest of tropes.

( seeing, not just scheduling appointments to bang). But it exists for a reason: it is more reliable than a man.

“I decided I have to just f-ck men, and get money.” Men’s bad behaviour has ceased to surprise us.

Rather, it’s become so predictable that it’s now a punchline.

“Now, we’re starting to see real cultural manifestations of people not feeling that pull any longer.” My dear friend Paola, a 33-year-old Toronto journalist, hasn’t felt this pull for some time.

She does want a long-term relationship, but she just doesn’t see it happening.

The ever-growing proclivity for staying housebound and heart intact even led to the launch of an entire apparel company a few years ago: Montreal’s Stay Home Club peddles sweatshirts, tees and patches extolling the simple virtues of “having no life.” Grey hair, granny dressing, Netflix, sassy cats and janky grocery carts are in. When I embraced my own untimely spinsterhood last winter, I called my friend Kristan, whom I’ve known for half my life.

She and I had been through similar versions of hell with men.

She finds men are failing at baseline tasks like keeping plans, remembering birthdays and adequately acknowledging her existence in public.

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