I don’t really have a desire to get married

I have told plenty of simple minded folks that I don’t want to get married, and they always look at me like I have 16 heads and a shark face.

You see I don’t see anything wrong in what I feel. I never said people shouldn’t get married; I said I don’t want to get married. I never said I cannot be monogamous. (Also, not everyone is monogamous and theres nothing wrong with that) I  never said love doesn’t exist because it definitely does.

I just don’t think a guy has to give me a stupid fucking ring because that’s what society shoved down his throat his entire life. MARRIAGE DOES NOT= LOVE.

I am finding out though I do enjoy romance, long walks on the beach, poems and admitting to someone I like them, and not being afraid to be seen in a vulnerable light. I hate admitting I like a guy because it makes me feel powerless.

What are your thoughts on marriage?


One thought on “I don’t really have a desire to get married

  1. In my teens, and probably my early twenties I readily admitted the last thing I wanted was marriage and kids. Fast forward thirty-fours years, and I can see how wrong I was back then. Hubby and I have been together 34 years, married for almost 30 of them, 3 kids (I did want more, hubby was tired though) and I would not change a thing. Now this marriage, monogamous thing is not for everyone, but it has worked for us and will continue for years to come.

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