[Q4A] To what extent do you think perceived biases in family court and other legal discrimination effects men's willingness to commit to women?

December 16, 2019
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I know for me personally I've broken up with women who wouldn't sign a prenup. And I know a lot of men seem at least superficially fearful of false allegations. Obviously MGTOW is also a thing.

So what do you think? Are men so afraid of false allegations that they don't go out? Are men afraid of divorce and therefore don't marry? And how many men are afraid of fathering a kid because they suspect that they wouldn't be treated fairly in the case of a custody dispute?

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Title [Q4A] To what extent do you think perceived biases in family court and other legal discrimination effects men's willingness to commit to women?
Author Oncefa2
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Date December 16, 2019 4:30 PM UTC (1 year ago)
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