do you believe equality in a loving relationship between a man & a woman?

January 6, 2007 5:14am CST
different cultures have different views on certain issues.even with the same cultural background , we still have our own family values, and within the family , each one of us have our own point s of view. so, let us share and learn from each other concerning your point of view on this topic about relationships.
2 responses
@ArienKing (4647)
• India
20 Feb 07
As individuals we share some basic needs, aspirations, and desires. We share the basic need for shelter, food, and clothing. We have dreams about what we would like our lives to be; some dreams become realities, others do not. We seek relationships, love and acceptance. Certain aspects of life appear to be similar for all humankind. However, there are a number of unique issues that characterize the lives of men and women across the life course. These issues are not always identified in traditional studies. While it is important to consider the cultural variations between groups, it is equally important to consider the variations within groups.The opportunities and risks that people experience to their development may differ because of the context in which they have been socialized and the construction of their environment. Opportunities and risks exist at each layer of the environment as i moral & family values should always be kept before leaping in love relationship. Family comes first, one has to serve them..
• United States
21 Feb 07
Good morning, friends. Well, TD, of course I believe in it. Whether or not a person will experience it is a different thing all together. In order to have equality both parties must understand that equality exists and also that equality might not mean that they are equal in the thinking about certain things but rather equal in their intensity in the way that they feel and think about certain things in general. So, my answer friend is to say that there can be equality in thinking to a degree and there can be equality in feeling, but until there is a mutual, equal level of respect for the differences, both pronounced and unspoken, there cannot be much else.