All marriages is not equality .
August 28, 2017 10:03am CST
Good morning.Happy Monday yes you heard me right all marriages are not equal. This is a good start for me on this Monday morning. I am saying about gay marriages and straight marriages. Photo is public domaine Below is some wording that I found online. Take a look. ___________________________________________________________________ These days it’s common to hear people say that our marriages should be “equal.” An “equal partnership,” they call it, which makes it sound like you’re starting a law firm together rather than entering into a sacred covenant. I think this notion of marriage is false, and from my own experience I can say that our marriage has never once been helped by trying to “make things equal.” That’s what squabbling siblings worry about, not loving and self-giving spouses.
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My marriage has been blissful from the day we married. We give and take without ever thinking of equality, love, laugh, and help each other without question, and trust and appreciate each other. That should be the case in any marriage, heterosexual or not.
Being married is not easy. It is a partnership that can go through until the end of your life or not. The couple should respect one another, honest, loyal, love, patoence and many things that keep the married life alive. I don't care if the couple are gay or not as long as they are good people.
I feel more like it depends on your definition of "equal" in terms of a marriage. Mostly has to do with your expectations going into a relationship, married or not. And compatibility more than anything. For example, if one of you wants to have kids but the other doesn't, then how is that marriage going to work if neither will compromise, right? Wouldn't it be better to find a partner whose goals at least mostly align with your most important ones?