Dating ex husbands brother ilegal
It was election season 2012, and the War on Women waged as much within the confines of his house walls as it did outside of them.
Among the newly adopted dogmas he pressed daily between breakfast, lunch, and dinner was that abortion should be illegal, that feminism was responsible for the decline of the family, and that women should not be allowed to vote because we are too emotional.
Certainly, there exist examples in our culture of women abusing the system to take advantage of good men, but that does not make it the standard, same way not all men are misogynists.
—“She’ll practically orgasm to serve him,” my friend says.“I don’t want anyone orgasming to serve anyone,” I tell her.“That’s their culture,” she says with a false sense of reassurance. I see it every day.”I am on the phone with one of my friends talking about my older brother, Michael*, and his future wife, a 23-year-old mail-order bride aboard a plane from her native Philippines.
To say I am uncomfortable with the situation is an understatement.
While married, my parents shared household duties and took turns cooking in the kitchen and cleaning the house.
When my parents divorced, my mother never sought alimony, and my father could see me whenever he wanted.