Well basically this is just based on the women i have come across but whenever i speak to women the general consensus on pre nups in NO, why would i sign a pre nup if a man asked me to i would never marry him. Why is he thinking about money on our wedding day, he can't love me if he doesn't want me to have his money or if he is thinking of money during marriage.
Anyway does this not seem totally irrational to you guys or is it just me? These girls just seem totally irrational i know not all women think like this so this isn't based at all women but for the women who do think like this why do you? As a man if i met a women who owned a chain of high class restaurants and she was a millionaire, i was on an average salary not living lavish but living fine, we got together we had a nice place and a nice life together sharing both of our wealth and she asked me to sign a pre nup i wouldn't hesitate to sign it. Why would i hesitate, surely if i say no am i not thinking about possibly getting a pay day if we get divorced? a lot of women i speak to say the man is looking to save his money but the money is HIS, it's the women saying no that is trying to profit of him if you get a divorce and vice versa if a man didn't want to sign.
I just think there is a feeling of self entitlement with a lot of women, like because they are women they deserve certain things and a man's money. a lot of the women i know pocket watch, meaning they look at a guys car/job/salary before they even get to know his personality, men on the other hand like me don't care if you drive a mercedes or a old truck it means nothing at all to us. This self entitlement is precisely what the pre nup is, why should the man not give me money i'm a precious women who should be taken care of and treated like it's the 18th century.
When will these women just grow up and realise it's modern times, a pre nup is the fairest way to enter a marriage because it shows its about love not money.
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Hmmm... Are the women who do not want to sign pre-nups financially dependent? Are they making considerably less than their partners? I hope to earn just as much as my partner, I don't want there to be only one breadwinner- I want it to be a real partnership between us. As such, I don't see the point of a pre-nup...If I were to marry, I would really get to know this person and be certain that we were a good fit together...I don't want to marry if there's a hint of a doubt that it might not work out. I also think that people these days are INSANELY lazy when it comes to their marriage. People stop exploring their partners, stop being randomly sweet, stop trying... That isn't right. I don't want to marry someone thinking that there's a 0.000001% chance that maybe one day we'll get divorced. Therefore, for me, a pre-nup seems...silly and somewhat fatalistic. I think, however, that EXTREMELY well-off men and women, millionaires and the like, SHOULD get pre-nups to protect themselves. Both men and women can be gold-diggers and you never know...but if I were THAT wealthy of a person, I would date people who were ALSO that wealthy in order to keep the relationship balanced. Men sometimes feel emasculated by women that are huge earners and women sometimes feel owned/possessed by men who are huge earners.1