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By alone / Friday 23 September 2011 11:04 / China
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  newlove_fml  |  0

Sorry, i meant to say to #25, totally saw what you did there XD To OP, I'm sorry you had to deal with that. Gotta give him some credit for a creative excuse though! He must have had plenty of free time, what, without a job and all.

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  srsly555  |  0

Dude ya might wanna check yer German. The only thing you can love in the German language is a person... And favoriten?? Srsly? Try lieblings ... Not too bad otherwise

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  bxe255  |  9

Pentadik, having a partner who 'can' support you is probably more relevant today than in the 1950s, so if she were to fall pregnant or develop an illness or couldn't work for whatever reason, she would have a back up plan. Not saying the man HAS to support her or that it's impossible alone, but I'd say she deserves someone who at least makes an effort to look for jobs instead of screwing other women.

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  rldostie  |  19

I agree with Pendatik. In today's day in age, no one should be expecting a man to support a woman simply because he's a man. And even looking for a man who COULD potentially support you is far-fetched. In today's economy, it takes two incomes to get by in a comfortable manner. A man shouldn't be expected to financially support (as inferred by the first poster) his girlfriend simply because of what swings between his legs. Nor does a woman "deserve" to be financially supported simply by virtue of being a woman.

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What about us women who like being stay at home mothers and our husbands being the only one employed outside the home? I love the way my hubby is kind of like the 50's opens doors, sweet, no problem supporting our family even when we were dating he always paid I never expected him too but I never told him not to

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  rldostie  |  19

Cinderella, that's fine, but your choice has nothing to do with the conversation. It's not the action that is the issue, but the demand or expectation based solely on gender that is the problem.

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  newlove_fml  |  0

To rldostie and pandatik, you both prove such valid points. Funny how women want jobs and rights and equal treatment, but they want the man to do all the real work, and, my favorite, the ever annoying "Oops, can't punch me back, imma girl~~~" statement.

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  bxe255  |  9

143, you are a true idiot. not punching women has more to with the fact men are often physically stronger and have more of a tendency to take the violence too far. So yes to equality, no to domestic violence ( against both genders)

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