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Propose to you? Females that are in a relationship with a male would you propose to him?

Males, would you wear an engagement ring?
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Call me traditional, but if ever I were to get married (unlikely since I believe it to be little more than an insurance contract, as highlighted by the front page in the Evening Standard a couple of days ago) I'd like to be the one to propose.

I wouldn't like wearing an engagement ring because I don't like jewellery, but I would have no choice.
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I've had this discussion with my husband before. I told him that if he hadn't proposed to me, I wouldn't have proposed. He says he knows - I'm traditional, I think the man should propose. *cue feminist outcries everywhere*

He proposed to me. He didn't wear an engagement ring, no. He does wear a wedding ring though.
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If I really felt I wanted to, I wouldn't think twice about proposing. I think it's just as fine for a woman to do it (from my point of view), but I am aware that men might feel different about that, so maybe that would hold me back. That being said, I am not interested in marriage in the first place, so the scenario is unlikely to be a dilemma for me. And I know the question was directed at guys, but, no I wouldn't like wearing an engagement ring, I really don't like wearing jewellery.
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No self-respecting man would accept a woman's proposal. I'd be well embarassed when retelling that story especially to the kids they'd instantly lose respect for you.


There's something definitely desperate and unattractive about women who propose to their would-be husbands and indeed women who chase men when it should be the other way around.

Maybe I'm just quaint but I'd prefer my future wife to wait for me to pop the question instead of putting me on the spot like that. If it ever happened in a public setting I'd be mortified.
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I would have proposed if my husband didn't. He said he didn't mind at all.

As for engagement ring, he had one but couldn't wear it in his finger as it didn't fit. When he proposed it was spontaneous so he didn't have the ring (yet) and I was wearing my grandmother's ring so I ended up giving it to him.

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Heh, little old traditional me would prefer to be proposed to, but I've mentioned that I'd likely propose if ever my partner didn't and he's cool with that. He couldn't wear jewellery in his line of work, however, so an engagement or even wedding ring would be outta the question.
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