There is a general concern about the future of marriage in the conservative universe.
In my experience, the rhetoric doesn't always follow the actions. One of my staunchest conservative friends is single and almost 50, and has never been married. Many of my very conservative girl friends have either never married or are divorced. Some are even single mothers.
So, despite all the glory of marriage and the doom and gloom talk, is it just gays and polygamists killing marriages? Who is preventing my 50-year-old conservative friend from getting married? Why are so many of my churchgoing, Republican-voting girl friends not married?
Almost everyone in India gets and stays married. Why aren't they all registered Republicans?
So, I'd like to know a few things of the Ricochetti:
- Are you married?
For those who are married:
- How old were you when you got married?
- Is it your first marriage?
- How long have you been married?
For those not:
- Why not? (didn't you hear our civilization is at risk for the lack of marriage?)
- What are you looking for?