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Seku says, “Marriage is a great club to belong to say ‘I’m married’ and flash the ring.” He says he meets many men whose “intention is to be exclusive, but it’s not working for them.
They may be losing their libido or desire for life.” But he also points out a number of reports that 70% of divorces are initiated by women.
Overseas workers send a greater part of their income home. Even in the Philippines itself lots of families have one child raised only to support the entire family.
I know of girls that work and have no other purpose in life than to support mother, father and a handful of jobless or studying siblings.
I speak no judgement of that, it is a cultural thing, a kind of the third world thinking that seems to work fine, so who am I to tell those families there are better solutions to handle this.
So in the case of the question asked, your boyfriend probably is one of those sent out to support the family, meeting their monthly demands and being torn between the Western freedom thinking and cultural inheritance.
I am one who believes monogamy can be fulfilling and successful.
I also believe we all deserve to feel we have the power of making a choice.
For some men and their partners, this lifestyle is more than acceptable.
They were designated to do so from the day they were born.
They hand over their entire salary every week or month and even have to take out loans in their name to meet the endless needs of the family.
Here is what I told her and what I think on the matter, after dating Filipino men myself.
It is never okay for one person to depend on another person for endless loans and financial support.