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Marriage and Family We here the word family everyday but how often do we think where would we be without our family How often do we think what exactly is a family The definition is parents and their children members of one household and group of persons related by blood and marriage These are the general things that we already know but a family is a union between people to love reproduce and support These three concepts go hand and hand We understand and know how important love is but support is different Certain issues you may be struggling to get through Of course a friend or anymore can support you but if you have no one to go to you can almost be sure that you can go to a family member Reproduction has been separated not just from marriage but from gender age and even sex itself The first essay presented was by Midge Dector an author and critic of the Heritage Foundation Dector called this essay The Madness of American Family Dector says the word family does not exist anymore and American families today make her mad Dector criticizes our generation by saying we have lost our responsibilities She talks about how she look at men today and say they will never be a father or husband Dector quotes young men began to cut out- cut out of responsibility cut out of service to their country and cut out of the terms of everyday ordinary life Dector p442 She goes on more and says if there is no mom dad and children we are not going the right direction Dector argues that women should not be firemen policemen coal miners sports reporters and combat soldiers because the difference between men and women Saying that women and men are culturally imposed It upsets Dector to see a women soldier on the New York Post That photo was not
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