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More educated millennials are having babies outside of marriage.

However, it creates a problem insofar as the heroine has to neither fight her common sense nor reform the hero for a Happy Ending.Among mothers of all ages, a majority — 59 percent in 2009 — are married when they have children.But the surge of births outside marriage among younger women — nearly two-thirds of children in the United States are born to mothers under 30 — is both a symbol of the transforming family and a hint of coming generational change.” [10] “Single parent households exist in a different socioeconomic pool than married households.Amy: You know when sometimes you meet someone so beautiful, and then you actually talk to them and five minutes later they're as dull as a brick.Then there's other people, and you meet them and you think, "Not bad, they're okay," and then you get to know them and, and their face just sort of becomes them, like their personality is written all over it, and they just, they turn into something so beautiful ... Sabine: Sure, women like me swoon for a hero, but that's only because deep down, we think we can change them. I want a nice, safe, reliable mass-murderer that I can depend on.Note that this isn't Always Female as Single Man Seeks Good Woman can certainly be in play. As this trope frequently deals with critical plot details, be warned: HERE THERE BE SPOILERS.

Some are unmarked, too, so don't say we didn't warn you.

In the decade after 1965, both women and men claimed greater sexual autonomy for themselves.

The shotgun marriage seemed an increasingly outrageous imposition to meet increasingly irrelevant social expectations.

As a consequence, the writer needs some other method of generating conflict.

This can range from a Star-Crossed Lovers plot to Twice Shy or fall into the background/coexist with an alternate source of conflict. Frequently the victorious childhood friend or a Second Love. Though seemingly rare, some fellas out there will be glad to know that, yes, this can be Truth in Television.

But for the young adults of the Millennial Generation, these social institutions are becoming delinked and differently valued.