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View Poll Results: Do you think women should be allowed to keep their maiden name after married?

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    In Lithuania, for example, you can tell a married and unmarried woman apart by simply looking at the suffix of the surname. I find it pretty cool tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    She would go back to being the property of her father. If her father is dead, ownership is transferred to her male siblings. If there are no male siblings, then her son is indeed her keeper, atleast until she is remarried.
    And if she has only daughters?

    Let's provocate you even further and ask about a woman, who most or all of her adulthood stays alone, who is asexual (so there is no desire for another human being) etc. To whom she would belong? And why should she belong at all?

    I don't understand this belonging and ownership stuff. Why people should belong as properties to other people, unless they themselves desire so?
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