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Best Answer Tom Ware says
But do you approve or accept live-in- relationships morally? One can live single but I never think of accepting living together before marriage
Venkatachari M says
In the U.S. cohabitating got it's push in the late 60s and early 70s. Better birth control methods, & better career opportunities for women made marriage a "lifestyle choice" not their "goal". Many men welcomed this change!
Dashingscorpio, excellent answer as usual. With more liberalization of roles and better contraceptive methods, marriage is just another option, not an obligatory route to take.
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I agree with you. However I suspect there are many would be women daters after a certain age who'd be suspicious of a man in his 50s who has never been married. In their eyes if he has never "committed" before odds are he won't do it with them!