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Not so if this was posted but how many of you are married ?
Live in USA or abroad?
If living abroad is your wife from that country?
For me I live in the East Coast. I am married no kids yet but maybe in the coming future.
I live abroad, married to a foreign woman, we currently have one child and expect to soon have more. You could attach a poll. I may have made a similar thread, once, but I do not recall.
As for the subject of marriage: an offshoot of the MGTOW line of thinking is that a lot of men here are wary of marriage. For me as a more traditional man, marriage obviously still has it's value. But I see no reason why a man could not have children with his girlfriend when they're in a committed and stable relationshop, even if they were unmarried and had no plans whatsoever to tie the knot. In my own fairly liberal country of birth, I know many people who have been together for decades, do everything a married couple does but never actually had a wedding.
I don't think marriage is the be all, end all. If you have a great relationship and neither you or her feel a strong need to get married, there's no need to. I myself got married primarily for practical reasons, as it makes it easier for me to travel to and settle down in my wife's country, legal matters are easier, such as giving our children my last name, etcetera. But if you can make things worth without a ring, all the more power too you.
Last edited by MarcosZeitola on December 4th, 2015, 9:57 pm, edited 1 time in total.