How about "Garriage"?Marriage is already defined as between man and woman.
Who came up with this idea? Is this a religious movement? What are the laws and guidelines governing it's operation?
And who defined it as between man and woman? The word marriage traces back to the Latin maritus, "lover" so one theory is that the usage of the word was to honor the love between two people. Why can't people just let this go? Let them live their lives, its not hurting straight couples. Garriage is something that straight people came up with so as not to feel threatened.
Marriage equality is a hot button issue for many people and today it means equality for gay men and lesbians to marry their partners. 30 years ago, it also meant the fight for freedom for one person of one race to marry a person of a different race.... read more
by Peter Freeman4 years ago
How is marriage defined?.Which is the better definition of Marriage;"Marriage is a commitment between one man and one woman." or,"Marriage is a commitment between consenting adults"The first...
by Debbie Carey3 months ago
When is a hug more than a hug between a man and a woman who is NOT his wife?If a man hugs a woman in front of his wife, where is the line that it has gone too far? The "hug" is fine. Does it cross...
by Kathryn L Hill4 months ago
The government or God?Hint: Its not the government.
by kallini20105 years ago
Do you agree that women look for Mr. Right while men look for Ms. Right Away?Are women genetically wired to be patient while men are are more impulsive by nature and their impulsiveness comes from the time they were...
by Sima Ballinger5 years ago
In a marriage, does the man (husband) have to be the main money earner?Does it matter if the husband or wife is the breadwinner -- main income earner?
by ngureco5 years ago
For How Long Should A Man Live With A Woman Under The Same Roof Before marriage?The Girl Need Enough Time To Unmask That Mask The Man Is Wearing.
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