Mary Eberstadt on talk shows and television programs aimed at women:

All reveal a wildly contradictory mix of chatter about how wonderful it is that women are now all liberated for sexual fun—and how mysteriously impossible it has become to find a good, steady, committed boyfriend at the same time. It’s as if, say, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals were to put out magazines that were halfpitches for vegetarianism and half glossy pages of pork and beef and chicken simmering in sumptuous sauces. If something like that were to happen, people would notice the contradiction. But because of the will to disbelieve in some of the consequences of the sexual revolution, they don’t when the subject is sex.

Mary Eberstadt, Adam and Eve After The Pill