Discussing “To Be Married Means to Be Outnumbered”

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Discussing “To Be Married Means to Be Outnumbered”
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You destroy the family; you destroy the country.


Brett Westbrook:

“Marriage is an outmoded, feudal institution no longer relevant for women. The feminist critique of marriage from the 1970s is still germaine. Marriage is a bad deal for women who are expected to work outside the home, plus raise the children, plus clean the house, plus be available for sex. Men, on the other hand, benefit tremendously from marriage for the same reasons. They work only one job, get a maid, a nanny, and a sex partner. When women have actual economic options, they are clearly chosing to remain single. It’s better for them financially. Women will still be fine emotionally outside of marriage because they know how to create emotional support networks; they give and receive comfort on a daily basis. As a society, however, we raise men who cannot meet their own emotional needs outside of leaning perpetually on a wife. Marriage as an institution, if it is to survive (and the need for that is debatable) must become equitable for both women and men. To do that, we must examine gender relations at a fundamental level and ask the central question: “What is marriage for?”

posted on October 16th, 2006 at 8:46 am


Message Edited by Back2TheKitchen on 10-17-200610:44 AM

“With women or the female mindset imparted through feminization on the vast majority of society, it will be very easy to control the Empire…I mean…the republic.” – mirrorofthesoul.blogspot.com

10-17-2006 01:25 PM

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