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Most young women -- girls were taught by their mothers to take it and be quiet. "Ganyan naman talaga ang mga lalaki. Huwag kang mag alala, ikaw ang pinakasalan, basta umu-uwi pa yan sa inyo, hayaan mo na."
Or secretly, society, lay the blame on the woman when the husband cheats. "May pagkukulang ka siguro kaya ganun. Baka hindi kana nag-aayos masyado."
That's probably why society in general are accepting of man's infidelity.
Because it is convenient for the men and most of the women can't afford to do the opposite.
So many Pinays, so little time. They do come cheap.
Can't help but comment.
Meanie said "don't complicate things" pertaining to other's pexer's comment that the TS should cite facts about the topic.
Which is true. We don't always need to cite facts, especially if there's no study done yet on the subject. Simple observation of your surrounding will do.
But here is Krayon doing it again. Muddling the discussion. This time, with fallacy of equivocation.
Do not complicate things = the world IS simple
Where the fvck did that come from?
Sometimes too it's just a temporary phase. Some often end up eating their words later on whenever they say they'll be loyal to their wives forever.
did you know that filipinos love to gossip? and especially families, filipinos are pretty close-knit, don't you think?
i mean i'd agree it's more expected of a man to cheat, but i don't really think people are being quiet about it.
there are consequences even if the woman decides to forgive the guy. and don't think people won't judge her for forgiving the man either. as a society, i don't think we forget.
Yes. In the end, the woman still gets the short end of the stick damn if they forgive the man, damn if they don't especially when children are involved?
And yes, I am talking about Philippine society here.
But come on, Krayon. You know how it is here in the Philippines. While there are families nowadays who won't stand for a cheating spouse, there are hundreds more who think otherwise.
it's a pretty good assumption that she'll find out, even indirectly.
and yeah, she'll be judged either way, definitely. the guy too. how harshly the guy is judged? well it's up to how women react when cheated on. in the end, it's up to them to keep quiet or take action. people will know about it either way anyway.