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But have you heard of Man Jose? This week we explore if San Jose should be called Man Jose. If you look at just the top-level census s, there are roughly the same of men and women living in San Jose. According to the American Community Surveyin this group there were roughly men for every women in San Jose. That's a big disparity! InSan Jose had more single guys than the entire state of Alaska. InChina had boys born for every girls, and the Indian state of Haryana had an overall population of males for every females.
Some claim that these imbalanced gender ratios will lead to large s of unmarried men in impoverished areas, causing spikes in violence and crime. Others argue these claims are oversimplified. Kristine Kilanski is a sociologist at Stanford studying boomtowns with distorted gender ratios. But I also saw men shopping in packs to get their groceries.
They were living very much in family formations away from their homes. Sometimes the gender disparity in San Jose is even viewed positively. Inthe Pew Research Center wrote that San Jose is the best place to go for women looking to marry. Her beautiful office is in Ansel Adams' old studio. Anderson got her start as a matchmaker after noticing the gender ratios while living in Palo Alto. You could use Tinder to find a partner, but Andersen is for those who seek committed partnerships and might even be willing to move for it.
She sets up couples across the Peninsula and beyond. These women are professionals, and these women are really crying out. Other companies play the s in more extreme ways. One dating service flew a plane full of single women from New York to meet Bay Area guys. After talking to two dozen young people on the street, most had not heard the nickname Man Jose, but a of them had noticed the distorted sex ratios. With large s of young single men, you might think that the local gay scene would be poppin'.
But Larry, a bartender at Mac's Club, says it's quite the opposite. Mac's Club is one of the oldest gay bars in San Jose, and attracts patrons of all ages.
Larry's been bartending there for almost 20 years. Podcast Credits: Reported by Jessica Placzek. Theme music by Pat Mesiti-Miller. Search-Icon Created with Sketch. KQED is a proud member of. Always free. In. KQED Inform. Save Article Save Article. News Fix.
Jessica Placzek. Dec 29, Failed to save article Please try again. There are more young single men in San Jose than young single women. Kilanski lived in an oil boomtown for her research. Businesses have sprung up to cater to the dating needs of these well-to-do single guys. What's the dating scene like? Does having more single men in San Jose mean there is a thriving gay scene?
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