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Published: Saturday, May 3 2014 2:30 a.m. MDT

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casual observer
Salt Lake City, UT

Wisdom of the ages: Never marry a project.

I M LDS 2
Provo, UT

wisdom for tha ages II: men need to grow up already and stop expecting to have a mommy take care of you forever.

Llew40
Sandy, UT

Can women make men into marriage material? Not when they settle for cohabitation.

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

There's no need to. Marriage is entirely optional.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

advice of the ages: Don't get married. There is no reason to. All goals and satisfaction can be obtained without marriage.

Airwrencher
Hooper, UT

Wow, another male bashing news story. Yea, there are deadbeats dads, men are dogs and jerks. However, for this male, I've been raising a son since he was 3 years-old, he's 15 now, and yet, I have yet to find a female that will accept me, and my son, yea, we're a package deal, as I am, and yet, I get "lumped" into the same category as "typical", such as this story and a comment or 2 on here already prove that.

I've fought the anti-male mentality in Utah, and it still goes on. It only takes one word to ruin a man's reputation, and this story proved it by reporting on it from "Time", the app "LuLu" that is called out; yep, just one word if it's true or not.

Some men do try, and work hard to raise a child; yes, it is possible believe it or not, but yet will be always lumped into the same category "typical", "abusers", and other adjectives of demeaning.

I've pretty much accepted the same fact as this article eloquently points out. We, me and my son, are better off by ourselves.

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