I personally feel like I don't believe in divorce and the idea of traditional marriage and that this shows some lack of faith, but that's hust my opinion.
Most Helpful Guy
Of course women would be insulted by the idea. They're not at risk of losing half their shit if the divorce goes through. No, actually they directly benefit from divorce and don't get benefits from a prenup. I wonder if women would still be so against prenups if *their* assets and money and kids were on the line.
A woman should understand the risk that the man is taking by getting married. People change. It's ridiculous to think that something can't possibly go wrong in fucking 40 years.
No. Even if my wife made more money than me and *she* was the one at risk for losing half her shit and any kids, I wouldn't be offended by her wanting me to sign a prenup. I would actually understand her concerns and want to put her at ease.
Here's the thing. A prenup... doesn't matter if you never divorce.
Faith is a very stupid thing to have when the divorce rate is like 65%.1
Most Helpful Girl
Would you get offended if your significant other asked you to sign a prenuptial agreement before he/she would get married to you?
Not if he's cool with me treating him like a potential rapist considering gals are most likely to be raped by a partner/someone they know.
If he can plan for the end of our marriage and wish to protect his financial assets based on the idea I'll turn into some greedy golddigger. Then surely I can plan for him based on character presumptions.3