Marriage is slavery. Historically it is the exchange of ownership of the woman from the father to the husband. Even the vows of the ceremony in itself reflects this. ‘
the bride says “, to love, cherish, and to obey, till death us do part” The groom omits the word obey, as well he should.
Think of your grandmothers marriage. Was it not happier than your sisters? Than the one you see on TV these days? Your grandmother knew that obedience would make her happy. She knew her place. She promised to cheerish that place in front of their collected extended families and friends.
Today, the very point of the ceremony is for the man to mark his woman. To make sure that no other men use her withouth his consent. To tell the world that she is worthy of his protection and aid.
He gives her his name, to signify that she is no longer an individual but part of his household. Then, when he is ready to be a father he impregnates her. Society knowing that a woman who weds will soon carry offspring and be forced to stay home to take care of it pays the woman less money, for she is liable to quit her job whenever the husband sees fit to breed her. She will be dependent upon the man to provide for her and her children. Beg for his help and ply him for his favour constantly for every little thing she wants as she has no income of her own. Then when the man feels that she is no longer adequate as a sexual partner or no longer needs her to raise his children she is kicked out from his household. “Divorced” is the legal term and made to look for lower quality men to help provide for her as she, having not worked in many years is essentially unhirable.
Only women of significant quality, the ones who pleasure their men more than the pleasure he believes he can recive from a tight little 18 year old stay wed.
Or well. That’s how it should be.