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    Re: Women Should Not Have Equal Rights

    Quote Originally Posted by evensaul View Post
    As women have gained equal rights with men over the past two hundred years, divorce rates have increased causing more broken homes with children deprived of the benefit of having two parents. Two-thirds of divorces are initiated by women.
    Over the past 200 years? Equality is rather new condition that was the result of the social upheavals of the 1970's 80's feminist movements and yes, there was a divorce spike in those years. Divorce rates have been receeding since, as society adjusted to new realities.

    Now divorce occurs far less in college educated homes. Want less divorce? encourage both men and women to educate themselves into being marketable in the workplace and promote salary equality since financial stress is a very important factor in couples breaking up.
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