Couples say ‘I do’ to quickie divorce now

Mutually Agree On Child Custody And Alimony Bangalore: More than the breakdown of a marriage, it is getting a divorce which is the greater ordeal. Thanks to a generation which loves everything instant, more and more couples now refuse to wait to separate. In a trend seen in India’s IT capital over the past five

Similarities do not mean happy marriage

Neither personality similarities nor differences have much of a role to play in a successful long-lasting marriage, according to a new study. The study, which included couples who had been married for at least 40 years, suggest the personality matching carried out by dating websites may make little difference in a relationship’s ultimate success, the

Till death do us part

In a culture that celebrates marriage as a sacrament, home is highest across all beliefs. But the focus that has rapidly changed from community to self has dislodged our framework of family, respect and obligation. Is our value base on regression mode, wonders Tejaswi Uthappa “What was your reason to get me married?,” I probed

Porn: Good for us?

Scientific examination of the subject has found that as the use of porn increases, the rate of sex crimes goes down. Pornography. Most people have seen it, and have a strong opinion about it. Many of those opinions are negative—some people argue that ready access to pornography disrupts social order, encouraging people to commit rape,

Misandry in Sweden and Julian Assange’s tryst with it

A letter from a men’s rights activist in Sweden to the world about the hell called feminism in Sweden. Read it to know the reality. Julian Assange had his own personal tragedy which turned his brown hair white. Julian Assange was born in 1971, in Australia. When Assange’s girlfriend gave birth to a child, he

Four in 10 say marriage is becoming obsolete

WASHINGTON – Is marriage becoming obsolete? As families gather for Thanksgiving this year, nearly one in three American children is living with a parent who is divorced, separated or never-married. More people are accepting the view that wedding bells aren’t needed to have a family. A study by the Pew Research Center, in association with