Kate Sullivan, Allure magazine
A new British survey has named 28 the age at which one stops being "young." Thirty-seven percent of women and 39 percent of men using a dating website chose 28 as the age at which one is officially a grown-up. (Twenty-seven percent of women and 24 percent of men chose the more milestone-y 30.) The Daily Mail has decided that 28 was chosen because that's when women focus more on their career and less on their sex life. (Erhm, do they have to be mutually exclusive?) I disagree, but I get what they mean.