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Statistics student Alex Ignat has had a girlfriend for the past two years but said a lot of his friends have had trouble."I think most people my age are going to the bar, getting as drunk as they can and seeing where that goes," he said.
"Markets for love are a lot more like a barter economy. It's not just one quality we're trading in.
We're trading in hundreds of qualities."University of Manitoba social psychology professor Marian Morry says gender inequality on campuses leads to more casual relationships, and more people seeking out longer-term friendships."A lot of people are really embracing being single and they enjoy being single and we are certainly staying single to a much older age than we have in the past," said Morry.
Adshade gives the example of a woman looking for a man between the age of 25 and 44 who makes more than 0,000 a year and is over six feet tall.
Those three qualifiers eliminate almost 99 per cent of men.