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  • Yes, it is anti women

    After a woman gets marriage in much of the world today she is expected to automatically take the domestic role. Many stop working or take part time jobs to fulfil this role. Lets not forget the purpose of marriage was to force women into roles they didn't want to be in. Even to this day, women are pressured by society into marriage far more than men. There are a lot more expectations that rests on woman than on man.

  • If anything, it is pro-women

    Many married women only work part - time or not at all. They are protected, financially, physically, emotionally, and mentally by their husbands. Because men bear the greater responsibility in marriage, they are afforded greater authority, logically. But from a Christian worldview, there is not dispute that the marriage overly beneficial to women.

  • Marriage is not anti Man or Woman

    Marriage links a man and a woman together. Both have different roles in the relationship but are equal as one person. Marriage is pro woman and pro men by making the relationship special and maintaining the sanctity of monogamy. Woman are to be valued, cherished, and respected. Being married does not effect any of that.


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