One quote in Tierney's column struck me with unusual vividity. It is by an evolutionary psychologist David Buss:
"Of course, some women marry for love and find a man's resources irrelevant," Buss says.
Color me naive but I assumed that most people in the western world who marry do so at least believing that it is for love. Am I totally mistaken in this? Is it true that only "some women" marry for love and that the others, presumably, marry for money? I don't know a single case of anybody, man or woman, marrying for money amongst my acquaintances but perhaps my acquaintances are atypical?