Is this statement about marriage and feminism correct?

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I read this on some internet website
Is this statement about marriage and feminism correct?
" A wedding does not a marriage make, nor does a feminist wedding a feminist marriage make"

Can a feminist with their feminist views and principles be happily married or can make a good partner or girlfriend to a guy who lets say does not share a lot of the views of his SO? Can a relationship work? or the guy have to share the same views in order for his relationship to work with his SO?

"Just because you're a feminist and getting married, marriage doesn't become feminist," Dr Meagan Tyler, a professor of feminist theory at RMIT in Melbourne and author of the essay, Saying I Don't: Moving Beyond Marriage

In her essay, Tyler argues, "only the death of marriage can bring about the hope of more genuine equality for all".

Is it possible for a man to have a normal relationship with a woman who is feminist in this current century we all live in? Now taht things are more in the open, people have more voice on these issues?
Is this statement about marriage and feminism correct?
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