Do you think women who had to be the sole provider of child support should be entitled to alimony?
Do you think women who have had to support their children without the benefit of child supprt for five or more years should be legally entitled to alimony?
yes of course. Providing a child or children alone is one of the hardest things in life. Single mother probably made a wrong choice for picking up a man, but she's a human. Regardless of her mistakes, she needs support to support her child as well.
by ngureco 9 months ago
Why Do Men Think Women With Bigger Lips Are More Beautiful?
by Faeriephenomenon 17 months ago
What age do you think women should stop having babies?
by Valerie Washington 5 years ago
Do you think women should be allowed or are fit to become preachers/ministers?This has been a sore subject in my family.(I think they should). Some people believe that women do not have a place in religion as a minister or preacher. In the Holy Bible, it talks about women being seen and not heard...
by shazwellyn 7 years ago
I've just completed a hub on what valentines day gifts for what women really want. Looking into a man's perspective, I don't think they really have a clue! So, thought that a discussion on this would be really helpful...So what do you think women really want?
by kandylena 5 years ago
Why do you think women are influenced by men in power?Pastor Craig Lamar Davis Atlanta’s Full Gospel Baptist Church was accused and arrested for infecting members of his congregation with HIV in Atlanta,Georgia. Women in the church were affected with HIV after sleeping with the MARRIED...
by And Drewson 7 years ago
Some would argue that, since women tend to get paid less than men, a woman has to work harder/longer.Well, what do you think?
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