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Boy Troubles, Cairo Style

By Richard Whitmire — September 30, 2010 1 min read

This from the Square Dots blog.

Here’s the trend at Cairo University:

1959--> Men = 68 (65%), Women = 36 (35%)
1978--> Men = 39 (34%), Women = 74 (66%)
1995--> Men = 36 (35%), Women = 81 (78%)
2004--> Men = 19 (17%), Women = 91 (83%)

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