This 'Peter Pan Complex' is something I see popping up more and more. It's meant to describe a grown man who doesn't have his shit together, who hasn't grown up. I have a friend, 30 years old, who fits the traditional definition. He doesn't know how to do laundry, doesn't know how car insurance works, and is still supported by his parents. Sometimes the choice to receive family support this late in the game is fiscally reasonable due to whatever is going on right now in your life. Other times it's because you're a man-child who never learned how to be an adult because no one put a gun to your head and forced you. That's him.
But I'm now seeing it pop up in a new context here and there, insidiously. I've seen some articles who are talking about confirmed bachelors in their late 30s and 40s, never married, careers, fully responsible for themselves being described as having the Peter Pan Complex. This is a shame tactic that women and feminized men will impart to bachelors who DON'T want the things that women want: marriage, a family, a quiet house in the suburbs with a big back yard, quiet weekends watching Netflix, dozens of useless amenities, etc. You're going to start seeing middle-aged, wealthy bachelors who are fit and have successful careers described as having the Peter Pan Complex because they were never married and don't want to be, or because they choose to still partake in the night life instead of "stay in and watch Netflix."
Many of us here will end up being this type of bachelor as we grow older. And these basic bitches and the men who worship them will look at us and immediately think, "What's wrong with him that I'm not seeing? Something must be wrong with him."
Shame is just another way to ostracize someone. Be aware of this. Men who want to be liberated from the societal shackles of marriage so they can have sex or not have sex with whoever they want for as long as they want, no matter their age, or so they can live their lives without answering to the vapid wants and needs of someone who is really only concerned for herself, these men's liberation will be reacted to with fear and hostility.
And notice how this is about the "never married" men, not the divorced. Divorced men will be favored over the never married, they've already proven that someone thought they could provide (and provide indefinitely via alimony). Ha! Do you see how society wants to fuck with us? You have to laugh, or it might make you cry.