Essay; Marriage is Prison for Some Women

I posted this 3 or 4 years ago before I turned this blog to Mayan Oracle focus. I never really wanted to get married when I saw how men were when I was young. But I wanted to have a baby, so I had a crack at marriage so my child would have a father. I succeeded and then was widowed.

One of the main comments I’ve heard from women patients in my office is, “I want to be alone, not married. I wish I was free and single like you.” Many women feel like prisoners in their marriage, and their physical ailments and stress level are consequently very high. Thus, it is a healthcare issue.

I bet many married men say it to single guy friends, too, but I wonder. I’ve heard men benefit far more from marriage than women do and suffer more in divorce. Most women thrive after divorce.
What are we looking at here?

Marriage is an institution where you’re seeking the sanction of church or state with a license and/or a ceremony, but what are your true motivations for doing it? Maybe the institutions function like an agricultural stockade where animals are inspected, traded, and sold. You’ve heard of animal husbandry. Well, when a woman gets married, her mate is called her husband, which makes her a reproductive animal in society’s view.

So maybe marriage is primarily suited for only young women in their reproductive years who want to have children. Many young women who get married don’t necessarily want children. Then maybe they shouldn’t get married.

I think it’s time to retire these outmoded ideas regarding a woman’s relationship with her mate. Marriage isn’t always necessary. Balance of power between a woman and man needs to be discussed and kissed about. We can be monogamous with each other because we want to be, not because somebody said we should. It’s nobody’s business but the couple and is becoming outdated due to women’s empowerment. It’s a good thing.

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