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If someone never marries are they weird?


 

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    Venkatachari M 22 months ago

    But do you approve or accept live-in- relationships morally? One can live single but I never think of accepting living together before marriage

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    dashingscorpio 22 months ago

    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!

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    dashingscorpio 22 months ago

    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!


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