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That's very good point! Although I have no research to back this up, my intuitive sense is that parents tend to enforce stricter rules in general for young women, but give young men more freedom and are less likely to expect them to help around the house. So living with parents is a cushier environment for men than fo...more
I wish my mother was more like you. I am a young married woman and have been out of my parents' house for almost a decade, but my mother is constantly calling and writing me letters begging me to move back in with them. My parents are not ill, elderly, or in otherwise in need of care, so there's no practical reason to ...more
"Why cant a man sit down with his wife and say i need you baby. I want to touch and taste you."
OMG, yes! If a man said this to me, I'd be ready right then and there! Of course, I have the opposite issue from the women in the article--I'm more than ready to satisfy my man's physical needs, but he...more
I'm married. Both my husband and I have had previous partners. Has that ruined our relationship? No. First, we are both very conscientious people who've always practiced safe sex, so we didn't bring any health issues into the marriage. Second, those previous relationships helped to shape my spouse into the person that ...more
It's good that you were able to wait since that is what you and your husband wanted, but you've created a false dichotomy between abstinence till marriage and unwanted pregnancy. Sex before marriage does not have to equal unwanted pregnancy if proper contraception is used.
You might if you thought that the safety measures designed to protect you might actually kill you. To be fair, I think the safety issues are more size-related than gender-related. Problems like air bag height would affect both short men and short women.