Criticism Of Marriage
Criticisms of marriage are proposed reasons arguing against the practical or moral value of the institution of matrimony or particular forms of matrimony. These may include financial risk when measured against the divorce rate, the threat posed to individual liberty and gender equality, and questioning of the necessity to have a relationship sanctioned by government or religious authorities.
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“What is marriage but prostitution to one man instead of many?”
—Angela Carter (19401992)
“It is the will of God that we must have critics, and missionaries, and Congressmen, and humorists, and we must bear the burden. Meantime, I seem to have been drifting into criticism myself. But that is nothing. At the worst, criticism is nothing more than a crime, and I am not unused to that.”
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