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What a foolish question this seems in 2009.

Still, American society applies pressure to women to mater and reproduce and International societies may still support arranged marries. What is a woman to do? Or a man, for that matter?

For some thoughts you may never have considered, read – Does a fish need a bicycle, or

Do Kiwis Need To Fly?

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3 Comments

  1. I don’t know if they have to marry to succeed but I do know that every man and every woman that is in a healthy, truly loving and encouraging marriage, is better for the experience.

    I just started a new blog about how men can better love the women in their lives.

    Check it out.

    http://whatsheneedsfromyou.wordpress.com

  2. Thanks, Ken.

  3. My pleasure. Good luck in love.


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