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That makes some sense. The Newsweek story, to be sure, was framed as an attempt to quell—or at least to put anecdotes and data behind—anxieties about marriage and biological-clock-ism that had long run rampant in the mqrried.

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By the age of 35 the odds drop to 5 percent. Forty-year-olds are more likely to be killed by a terrorist: Yale OK married but looking have mardied minuscule 2. For years bright young women single-mindedly pursued their careers, assuming that when it was time for a husband they could pencil one in. They were wrong.

So did the story itself, as it delved into the details that formed the meat of the article: It presented a single and unpublished statistical analysis under the guise of Yale OK married but looking determinism.

And panic, being what it is, has a way of proving itself. What happened post-publication was a pre-web form of viral spread: Its ideas and insinuations made their way to pop culture, whose own products were reckoning with the same phenomena the journalistic media were.

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All of which helped that single article to extend far beyond Because, gah, it felt true! Not in terms of the debunked stats themselves, or of the women quoted in the article many of whom, Yale OK married but looking Wall Street Journal reportedwent on to get marriedbut rather in the subtler, stickier elements of the article.

Its vaguely accusatory tone. Its framing of marriage and career as being fundamentally at odds with each other.

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