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    A thought on Marriage.

    Okay after having a few shots of vodka and thinking about the thread of "the past is the past" I had a novel idea. My idea is based on if a woman will still feel okay to withhold sexual acts from her current husband that she has done in the past if the marriage license had to be renewed? When I say renewed I mean as the guy can walk away clean, any assets would be sold and split, no alimony, no child support. Personally myself I would think that having a marriage license needing to be renewed every 2 or many 4 years would be perfect.

    However is what I want to hear is your opinion about this. Do you think that if a marriage license had to be renewed that a wife would be more likely to treat her husband at least as well as she did other men in the past or maybe better. Or do you think that she would actually do the same shit that most women do today, which is to tell her husband that he is not good enough and to pound sand? Myself I am leaning towards that the wife would be bringing her A game especially around the time the marriage license is up for renewal. Okay I know this is like saying "what if my aunt had balls?, then she would be my uncle", however I am just curious to know what your opinion is if a marriage license had to be renewed. Like I said before, I think that it would inspire a lot of change in women.
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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    I would change some things.

    Only a child born with a written statement by the father which at least was signed 9 months sooner makes a women eligible for child support.


    Every child born gets DNA-tested for the correct father. Many wrong medical diagnosis are based on a medical history of parents which is 50% wrong because the father is not the biological father.
    As we have socialized health-care it is my money burnt in that case. Make DNA-test mandatory.


    Marriage ... get rid of it. Mostly because, following the trend, in my country the last marriage will be in 2030ff and than there will be no more marriages anyway. It is a thing of the past and every strong woman can always look for a man who wants children and signs the contract.


    Alimony .. get rid of it.
    A SAM has a job and gets money by her husband for it. If she divorces him she has no job anymore. No job = no money.


    Raise female working age .. they have easier jobs and live longer already. It would be just fair to have women work longer.


    Get rid of transferring money to women in the social system. They have more medical problems, they should pay more into the system than men.


    License kids: No license = no money from the state for the kid.
    I need licenses for everything .. but kids require not one license of proof of ability while the costs of failed moms and failed kids are paid by the society.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Love, honor, cherish, till death do us part

    Love, honor, cherish, until 2, or 4 years from now...

    One of those is not marriage. It is a short term cohabitation agreement, and it has the same risks as marriage does because in either case, the laws will not be changed upon dissolution of either arrangement.

    If society shifted to a marriage renewal arrangement, the biased laws would shift accordingly to the benefit of women. Make no mistake in thinking there would be any real effort to put back in incentives for men. The only thing that would change is the shaming language for men to submit to how the shift in licensing - ever after vs. renewal - would be managed.

    A wife would no more need to bring her A game in either case because the laws already benefit her when things come to an end.

    It wouldn't inspire many, but it would create a whole new level of government bureaucracy having to track and manage all that. It would be governmental micromanaging of personal relationships. There's enough intrusion already without an added level of personal invasion.

    It would be a tax on relationships as well. License/re-license costs. Late fees for non renewal. And imagine relationship insurance for the non covered period if renewal was late. Would there be a retroactive fee? Would the actual renewal date be the new relationship, or still retroactively track back to the old dates. Would people be considered temporarily split during that time? What would be the consequences of a lapse?

    Given the bias established already, any lapse might be considered a fee assignable to the male, waived for females until (if and/or when) the male re-established the relationship accordingly. And on that note, imagine using this as a backdoor way to require people to couple up and to be managed by the office of marital affairs. Refusing to couple up might even come with a mandated fee after a certain age, and of course, they could waive this fee for certain individuals (certain genders).

    No. Marriage sucks now. It would be probably be horrendous if it took on this new nightmare. Speaking of new nightmares, Wes Craven might cry seeing this horror foisted upon people.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Well this post is not so much about changing laws on marriage or anything else like that. Really is what I was wondering is if women would bring their A game in the bedroom for the husband if she knew she could loose everything because of the marriage license expiring. Now mind you they can totally reform marriage and even make it bias in the man's favor and I still wouldn't pull the trigger and marry. I was just curious on what everyone's perspective was about the wife being a slut in bed or still trying to maintain the cold fish routine.
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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    I would say that nothing is going to change the way women act as long as they have no accountability by society or the courts. Putting a strict time limit on the marriage will just change her event horizon to achieve cash and prizes.


    The only way we can restore marriage (not that there is even one chance in a trillion that this will happen)is 100% male custody of children, and no alimony more than 2 or 3 years after the dissolution of the marriage. She is a strong independent woman so why should she need a slave to support her? Child support will not be an issue because the man will have custody and will be a responsible adult able to support his children. Only if women know that if they fail in marriage they will get nothing, zero, nada, zip, and walk away with nothing more than the clothes on their backs will they even think about actually changing from the blood sucking parasites they have become.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Sorry for a moment there I was being too generous towards women.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Did you recently watch The Purge? That's one wY of dealing with a bad spouse.
    I think marriage should be abolished in the eyes of the State and go back to being a religious calling, so I can't work off your premise.
    But renewals would be turned against you by feminists and blue pillers . Perhaps even mandated classes for the man if he is deficient in toeing the feminist line.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Yes, I think having a marriage license up for renewal would alter women's behavior. But more importantly, it would alter MY behavior. Remember, men age like wine, women age like milk. If the bitch has an expiration date, then it's time to re-stock the refrigerator.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Or just leave more room for beer. Mmm, beer.
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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

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    Or just leave more room for beer. Mmm, beer.


    I enjoy a very occasional beer, but let me tell you beer can go bad in the fridge. I had a six pack of bottled Corona in the fridge for about 6 - 12 months. When my son came home for a visit he popped the cap off one (warning number one, there was no pop when the cap was pried off). When he took a sip he spit it out into the sink. I then tried it and agreed it was very bad. We had to dump the whole six pack into the sink.

    I suppose we can say most women age like milk, some few women age like beer, and men age like fine wine.


    Note: I have actually sent a bottle of wine back at a restaurant. It had turned to vinegar. So, at my age I first matured like fine wine, but lately I may have turned to vinegar. Not that vinegar is not a useful and needed product; but is no longer wine. It takes longer, but the wall eventually gets men too. I watched Captain America, the Winter Soldier recently and it took me half way through the movie to determine that the bad guy was Robert Redford. He has definitely passed into the vinegar stage, so I am in good company.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    I'll have to agree with what you said Mike. Truth is that unless the woman has zero to gain by the divorce or expiration date of a marriage license, then she has no reason to change. I actually got the idea of a marriage license expiring off of an episode of "Married with Children". Al Bundy was on a rant saying that if a drivers license can expire why not a marriage license. So it got me thinking, would that actually encourage a woman to change? However I love what Inspector wrote..

    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector Callahan View Post
    Yes, I think having a marriage license up for renewal would alter women's behavior. But more importantly, it would alter MY behavior. Remember, men age like wine, women age like milk. If the bitch has an expiration date, then it's time to re-stock the refrigerator.
    Now for some reason after reading Callahan's quote I'm thinking that instead of only having an expiration date on the marriage license, that a man be allowed to do a trade in. Think of it, when your wife hits 40, then you can trade her in on 2 20's. Okay that would probably never fly, however a man can dream, LMAO. Back on a more serious note, I can tell you what I have observed about women over the years. Even way back when I was in my late teens and early 20's I always tried to treat women as equal in a relationship. Now when I say equal I mean that as in I am not their keeper or warden. I never liked the idea of having to bark orders, set and enforce strict rules, etc. I was always simple, I would stay with her until she either broke my trust or she became a nagging bitch. However not once did I run across a woman that was even capable of acting like an adult and able to treat another person with respect. Yes they were able to fake it for awhile, however eventually their true self would win out. Now with marriage in the past, women would pay a high price if she was divorced. So you might say that she had a strict set of rules to follow, otherwise a price was to be had. Today a woman can pretty much do anything she wants in a marriage and not only is there no price to pay, she will even be rewarded. Let's face it, because of this fact is why we see women holding back in the bedroom with their husbands, cheating, emasculating him, and a whole list of other common flaws we see in women. It is very similar to turning control of your house and bank account to your kid that is between 5 and 10 years old. We all know what would happen, they would go ape shit with that kind of wealth and power, however they are kids so we would expect that. Today's marriage is very similar, the control and power is totally in the woman's hands and they are going ape shit with it. So I have to agree with Mike, unless some very major changes are made, women will not change.
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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Do you think any guy would not trade his wife in after 4 years if that was an option? Chances are any woman would trade her husband in too. It's only economics that keep them together, splitting assets is not "getting away clean", it's getting away badly wounded.

    Personally I'd rather my wife brings her A game to the kitchen, as food is more essential for survival than sex.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2late View Post
    ... Personally I'd rather my wife brings her A game to the kitchen, as food is more essential for survival than sex ...
    You can always learn to cook for yourself. Aside from your hand you cannot really learn to fuck for yourself.

    PS: If anyone does know in fact how to do that, I do NOT want to know. Thanks.
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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Originally posted by prisoner
    It is very similar to turning control of your house and bank account to your kid that is between 5 and 10 years old. We all know what would happen, they would go ape shit with that kind of wealth and power, however they are kids so we would expect that. Today's marriage is very similar, the control and power is totally in the woman's hands and they are going ape shit with it. So I have to agree with Mike, unless some very major changes are made, women will not change.
    I used to work in a home for looked after children..ages 5-12..a new female manager came in and decided in her infiniate wisdom that the chidren would have no consequences for their actions..within a week the whole place was in chaos..the children went fucking wild..and still got sweets and the cinema..

    when consequences are remove and incentives put in their place..everyone knows whats going to happen..
    " the mere fact women think it's acceptable to lie their way into a relationship, sums up exactly why they should be avoided".

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prisoner View Post
    My idea is based on if a woman will still feel okay to withhold sexual acts from her current husband that she has done in the past if the marriage license had to be renewed?
    AKA "handfasting". You marry for a year and a day, and on your anniversary you (optionally) renew. Marriage for real happens when the first child is born (or survives its first year).

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyAustrian View Post
    Every child born gets DNA-tested for the correct father. Many wrong medical diagnosis are based on a medical history of parents which is 50% wrong because the father is not the biological father.
    As we have socialized health-care it is my money burnt in that case. Make DNA-test mandatory.
    yeah... I figure being forced to pay for a child that turns out isn't yours amounts to "theft by deception"....and "deception" is a freebirth trait...

    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyAustrian View Post
    Alimony .. get rid of it.
    A SAM has a job and gets money by her husband for it. If she divorces him she has no job anymore. No job = no money.
    yeah... I figure "homemaker" should count as an "occupation"... but they got all these jobs now... why do they need men to pay? if they are physically incapable of working (like because of disease or injury), I can understand.... but they're so "empowered"... why should we pay when they can for themselves??

    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyAustrian View Post
    Raise female working age .. they have easier jobs and live longer already. It would be just fair to have women work longer.
    perhaps raising their retirement age would also be a good idea... like you said, they live longer so they should work longer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyAustrian View Post
    Get rid of transferring money to women in the social system. They have more medical problems, they should pay more into the system than men.
    what I cant stand is that men's health seems irrelevant to the body politick... number of years ago, I read in USA Today that a doctor was advocating the creation of a new branch of medicine to take care of men's reproductive health... which seems to be almost systematically discouraged by the health industry...
    a woman has it easy in that... all she has to do is see a gynecologist... but a man, he has to see 3 separate specialists to do the same thing.....
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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    My attitude is the Libertarian attitude of marriage. Complete separation of government and relationships. No divorce courts, no marriage license, no alimony. If a woman wants to keep a man, she has to work at it. He stays because he wants to stay. Not because he is legally required to do so.

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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Even with serious reform (which we'll never see) marriage will always be a shit deal for men going forward. It *used* to be a good deal for men (and women too) when there were social contracts that were enforced by family and the community. Now there is no enforcement, because there is no 'greater family unit' and no unified community.

    What remains of the sham called marriage is a tonne of benefits for women, and a tonne of risk and devastation for the man.
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    Re: A thought on Marriage.

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Joker View Post
    My attitude is the Libertarian attitude of marriage. Complete separation of government and relationships. No divorce courts, no marriage license, no alimony. If a woman wants to keep a man, she has to work at it. He stays because he wants to stay. Not because he is legally required to do so.
    marriage as we know it is functionally obsolete.... just like I became obsolete in sex-ed...... (and I'm still a bit mad at my school system for that... dont know why I still vote for school levies...)
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