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Life

“Somewhere down the line, it seems that…feminists got confused about the personal, intimate fight for happiness. Or, more likely, feminists didn’t forget, but mistakenly equated male privilege itself with personal fulfillment, failing to realize that men, though they certainly enjoy various benefits based on their privilege, may not have been quite as happy as women assumed.” - by Julie Zeilinger

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“At no point during the 5000-year history of marriage have people expected so much. Husbands and wives are not just partners in child rearing, they are also expected to be a primary source of emotional support and sexual gratification as well as be financial partners.” - by Ty Tashiro

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“The desire for novelty is common and fulfillment of that desire is important. Studies show that people are happier when they have regular new experiences. This creates a bit of a conundrum for married couples, since, by definition, marriage is about monogamy and forsaking all others, ‘til death do you part.” - by Evan MarcKatz

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