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These men have their own unflattering nickname — And according to Fincher, that means ruling out a large subset of men with low regard for women and chauvinistic ideals — summed up as "straight men cancer" in Chinese social media slang.One major "symptom" of "straight men cancer" is the notion that these women are single because they are holding out for a wealthy husband, according to Jem Yuan, a co-founder of S Club, a social group that organizes get togethers for single women."These men usually lack introspectiveness," Yuan said.Decades of a strictly enforced one-child policy and a culture that favors boys over girls has led to a population of far more men in China than woman.Though residents in rural areas were allowed to apply to have a second child if the firstborn was a girl, sex-selective abortions were rampant.
Some of these brokers charge a premium for access to a phone directory-like notebook with the contact information of unmarried locals. Each parent pays a fee of 100 Yuan (about ) for a six-month posting on his board.
It's that discrepancy that accounts for the greater number of postings by parents seeking husbands for their daughters.
But it's also a confusing discrepancy, given China's overall gender imbalance.
According to the latest census data, there are 105 men for every 100 women in the country.
By 2020, the Chinese State Population and Family Planning Commission estimates that there will be 30 million men of marrying age that won't have a partner.