Sean Penn didn't shame you into compliance last night? When relentlessly sporting demographic analyst David Latterman weighed in on Nelson Minear's M4M project, his projections were hobbled -- nay, crippled by the paucity of gay couple demographic intel: "Unfortunately, since gay marriage isn't legal, we don't have the age stats, but among opposite-sex marriage, men's average age of marriage is 27. It'd be older in the more tech-savvy urban areas, and even older for gay couples. Thus, you may find long-term partnering at the early-thirties. Then, as with all couples, come the round of break-ups in the mid/late thirties, putting people on the market again." You heard the man. (SFist comments)