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I agree. As a widower, even with a good marriage behind me, marriage is not attractive. I love my freedom and have no intention of compromising my lifestyle. Being a well-educated woman, I can take care of myself financially. Additionally, I do not subscribe to the subservient position in which marriage places women. Nor do I subscribe to misogynistic religious beliefs of the same subset. As for examples of happy marriages, I have yet to find a long term one that passes scrutiny up close and personal.
For anyone that wants marriage, I fully support their decision.
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