This is a really well-written and thought-out article. I have only been able to comment on half of the article, but I have been able to find one point that has stuck out so that I could say something to others: the daddom relationship.
This is a really interesting point. I have been having a hard time understanding why a man would ever marry a woman who isn’t his first or second wife. The reasoning seems to be that this kind of woman is more “in” with the male population. It’s as if she is a social-stamp to the male population, and thus an easy target to be “touched up” with. The article shows how this may be a problem.
I am always hesitant to admit this, but there is a problem with this as well. Not only does a woman not have the same social-stamp to the male population that a man does, but they also do not have the same social-stamp to the female population. This means for a woman in the male-dominated society, their social-stamp is more of a stamp of approval, which is something that other women are not.
The problem is that this means that a woman in the male-dominated society has to be careful about what they do and whom they do it with. If a female in the male-dominated society decides to marry a man, she becomes a social pariah with her fellow women. If a man in the male-dominated society decides to marry a woman, they are also social pariahs with their fellow men.
We’re not talking about the stereotypical “daddy dom marriage,” here. Daddy Dom is a term used for unmarried, divorced men who are in a relationship with a women while the men of the household are married. The men and women also have different relationships with each other as well. For example, the men do more household chores, and the women do more shopping.
When a man and a woman decide to get married they get a “divorce marriage” which is the same as a “divorce”, but with added benefits. Among these benefits is the added financial stability they receive. Also, the man and woman get to divorce their marital status and no longer have to share common household duties. Additionally, they can choose a common name if they’re married, and they no longer have to share their relationship with their parents.
The most obvious result of a divorce is the loss of a marriage, but we also see the benefits of the marriage. For example, they can choose a common name, but they still share their relationship with their parents. This is especially important in the wake of the recent Supreme Court case that allows gay couples to marry. The ruling, however, applies only to the states of the United States, and not to the commonwealths of the United States.
For those of us who grew up with the marriage relationship in our family, we can’t help but see the benefits of having a relationship with our parents. While we may not remember our parents, we definitely remember the fact that we can choose the same name, share the same relationship (if they want it), and still see them every week.
The ruling in favor of gay marriage (yes, I’m being facetious) is one that has been on the books of the Supreme Court for awhile now. It’s a logical extension of the rights and freedoms that a family has, and it means that you and your parents are now legally able to be open about your relationship. This is a good thing for everyone.
The same is true for parents, and even partners. The fact that they can be open about their relationship means that you and your partner are now also open about your relationship. The good news is that you can now share your relationship openly, and the bad news is that you need to do it in the privacy of your own home. The internet is the worst place to share anything, so this is another reason to never be online when your parents are home.