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Their male peers often come across as aging frat boys, maladroit geeks or grubby slackers—a gender gap neatly crystallized by the director Judd Apatow in his hit 2007 movie “Knocked Up.” The story’s hero is 23-year-old Ben Stone (Seth Rogen), who has a drunken fling with Allison Scott (Katherine Heigl) and gets her pregnant.
Yes, at other points in Western history young people have waited well into their 20s to marry, and yes, office girls and bachelor lawyers have been working and finding amusement in cities for more than a century. What also makes pre-adulthood something new is its radical reversal of the sexual hierarchy. They graduate from college in greater numbers (among Americans ages 25 to 34, 34% of women now have a bachelor’s degree but just 27% of men), and they have higher GPAs.This “pre-adulthood” has much to recommend it, especially for the college-educated.But it’s time to state what has become obvious to legions of frustrated young women: It doesn’t bring out the best in men.They are more likely, instead, to act like children--not by being immature, necessarily, but by postponing the usual activities of adults.Adolescence is now an extension of childhood rather than the beginning of adulthood.” ― Jean M.