An excerpt from Sexual Correctness: Both result from capitalism. Happily married women are considered pathological and traitorous.
Marriage Once you reach a certain age or a certain amount of time spent with the same partner, especially as a woman, friends and family will inevitably start asking questions about marriage or even downright pressure you into taking this step.
But is getting married such a good idea? Marriage is no longer necessary legally or practically. But now, in the modern world, years after the feminist movement has established legal rights for women, we no longer need marriage to get access to certain benefits.
Nowadays, women are highly educated and actually constitute the majority of the workforce in the US.
Marriage does not guarantee fidelity. Many people get married hoping that the sanctity of marriage will reduce the chances of being cheated on. Actually, it seems that in around half of marriages, one of the spouses will have an extra-marital relation at some point.
Actually, according to a Pew report, even inover 40 percent of births were to unmarried women — and the number has risen during the last few years. In addition, according to the HHS, a third of children adoptions in the US are by single parents or unmarried couples.
Marriage does not bring security in a relationship.
There are too many people deciding to get married for the wrong reason. Though the divorce in the US rate has seen ups and downs during the last few years, it is still alarmingly higher compared to what it was a few decades ago.
The only thing that will truly bring security is having a strong relationship, based on trust, no matter the legal status.
Love is mysterious and magical, and it should stay that way. And marriage, by definition, is just a contract. The beauty of love is that it is undefined, it is unique to you and your beloved one, and it is continually changing as you grow together.
I neither need nor want my love to be defined in legal terms.Abstract This policy brief reviews the deepening marginalization of marriage and the growing instability of family life among moderately-educated Americans: those who hold high school degrees but not.
Despite the negative changes in American families, one group has remained stable and most closely resembles what was once considered the American norm and that is the immigrant community. American Family - Sociology research papers state the ideal family in America is the nuclear family with a two-parent household and several children.
Arranged Marriages - Arranged Marriages research papers evaluate the cultural traditions involving marriage of the middle eastern countries.
The Defense of Marriage Act: What It Does and Why It Is Vital for Traditional Marriage in America by Chris Gacek HOW U.N. Conventions on Women's and Children's Rights Undermine Family, Religion, And Sovereignty by Patrick F. Fagan, William L.
Saunders, and Michael A. Fragoso. Many people view the institutions of marriage and the family as forming the basic foundation of society. Any attempt to change either the structure of marriage or the eligibility of people to marry can be profoundly distressing and destabilizing.
Research on what makes a marriage work shows that people in a good marriage have completed these psychological "tasks.” Making stepfamilies work. Parents of a “blended family” face plenty of challenges, but there are things you can do to make communication easier and help children adjust to .