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”‘Since my marriage, I have been celibate because I can’t find a nice woman.’Psychotherapist Selena says another reason for men, old and young, being disappointed by modern dating is that today’s sexual relationships have been complicated by online dating and pornography.‘There’s an awful lot of instant sex expected with some of the apps, like Tinder. They tell me they find it very difficult because they feel rushed; and women are rushing them because they think that’s what is expected.It’s meet-for-sex and sometimes it will develop into a relationship.‘The dominant discourse in the Western world is that men are up for sex 24/7. Some men can cope with one-night stands, but most do not feel comfortable with them.’This is the case with Jamie Clows.So why, you might wonder, has Chris joined the growing band of British men, old and young, who have sworn off women for ever? There simply aren’t any good women out there.‘I have given up.I have many female friends, but I can’t be bothered to deal with all the hang-ups and complications other women have,’ he says.‘Often, at my stage in life, many of them are divorced and seem full of bitterness and anger.’That’s certainly not the only complaint single men such as Chris direct at potential female partners they meet.
One Mail Online reader put it succinctly in response to the article’s question asking why women were finding it so difficult to find a man with whom to settle down: ‘It’s because every man they meet has already been taken for a ride and had his pockets emptied.’So should the old adage ‘Where have all the good men gone? Chris is adamant this is the case —and believes single, middle-aged women in particular should look closer to home when casting blame.By his own admission, he is ‘very well‑off’, owns several properties, including a £1.3 million terraced house in affluent Chiswick, West London, and is financially set for life, thanks to a series of successful investments.A widower, Chris is educated and well‑travelled — in part thanks to his previous career as a BBC cameraman of 30 years’ standing. For hobbies, he flies small aircraft and enjoys dining in Michelin-starred restaurants.He is what you might call, with some understatement, a catch.Chris Gray, 57, is tall and attractive with dark hair and blue eyes.
They tell me: “I might find another relationship, but even if I do not, I can cope.” ’Meanwhile, Selena Dogg-ett-Jones, a psychosexual and couples’ therapist, sees men as less able to cope with an entirely new dating landscape which has made singletons much pickier about prospective partners.‘If you’re newly divorced, the dating game has changed dramatically; it’s all online now,’ she says.‘People who had finished a long-term relationship or were widowed used to be introduced to someone new at a dinner party.‘But today people will say precisely what they want online.