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    (Original post by hannahly)
    When did women stop having to promise to "obey" their husband in their wedding vows?
    1922. Course things have been going just great since then. Thanks feminism! :rolleyes:

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    probably when women worked hard to be equal to men. we work, make our own money and can buy our own houses so why would we need to 'obey' men or even get married for that matter?

    now that we don't NEED a man men are more desperate to get us interested in them. so a lot of women will get with a man on the condition that he obeys her. hence why we now have so many beta males in this world :girlhit: hooray for feminism! :happy2:
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