Australia's 'man drought' is real — especially if you're a Christian woman looking for love
Australia's 'man drought' is real — especially if you're a Christian woman looking for love. Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. But over the past year, she has found herself grappling with a realisation that she may never tie the knot. In fact, some might argue it may even be likely. The man drought is a demographic reality in Australia — for every women, there are The gender gap widens if you're a Christian woman hoping to marry a man who shares the same beliefs and values. The proportion of Australians with a Christian affiliation has dropped drastically from 88 per cent into just over half the population in — and women are more likely than men to report being Christian 55 per cent, compared to 50 per cent. She grew up in the Church and was a student at Campion College, a Catholic university in Sydney's western suburbs, where she now works.
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Account from Relationships. It was and allay is crucial for me to appreciate why I believe what I accept as true. When it comes to datingreligion has always played a huge role. My church spoke about sex but not about dating or how to appointment, which meant I had to amount out for myself what the dating world was like.