Most definitely. Most women in society would probably reject me because of my Catholic views.
I attend a tech school where, when I first entered, the ratio of guys to girls was 9:1 (although today I think it’s down to 4:1 or 3:1 if I had to guess). But there are always fewer girls than normal, and fewer Catholic girls, and even fewer practicing Catholic girls. I can probably count the practicing Catholic girls on two, maybe three hands. And many are either dating, not interested in me, or I am not attracted to them. So that creates problems.
I often attend a church in the business district of Chicago that has a large number of visitors but very few of them are my age (22/college aged/recently graduated/etc.)…although it’s in a business/banking district so understandably most of the visitors are from local businesses, banks, and the trading houses.
Anyway, I typically don’t see a lot of young Catholics where I go. I am hoping to change this by visiting the young adults group at various local parishes that I heard are quite active so maybe things will change. But personally I don’t see a lot of young people where I go. And if I do it’s usually people with their significant others.