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Married But Free: How to Do It?

Feminist-style polygamy or a low-commitment nuptial? Our newest columnist Julia Suryakusuma explores the different, non-conventional approaches to marriage for a feminist.

by Julia Suryakusuma May 6, 2020
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Marriage Lessons from Being Quarantined with My Parents

Growing up, she thought her parents had the best relationship, but quarantined with them as an adult has made her realize a major flaw in their marriage.

by Carin Hana May 1, 2020
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Married Women’s Dilemma: Having Children or Pursuing Higher Education

For most women, being married often puts a damper on their personal goals, as they have to choose between having a child or pursuing higher education.

by Maria Cellina Wijaya, MD April 28, 2020
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You May Want to Marry My Boyfriend

A women advertises her dreamy boyfriend, as circumstances are preventing them from getting married.

by Caron Toshiko November 29, 2019
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Rethinking the Semantics (and Other Things) of Divorced Parenthood

Some of the terms associated with and remarks made to divorced families ashow our society’s perception and treatment of non-traditional forms of family

by Dianthus Saputra September 3, 2019
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Sex and Marriage a Public Affair in Indonesia

You could be successful in your career and live independently, but still something’s wrong with you if you aren’t married.

by Devina Lin August 28, 2019
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How Being Raised by a Single Mother Has Shaped Me

I believe that fathers may be responsible for what their daughters learn to expect from relationships

by Razita Inayah August 23, 2019
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Can Women Have It All? Working and Mothering in Jakarta

The gender norm that requires married women to look after the household magnifies the cost for women. As a result, women choose to leave the labor.

by Diahhadi Setyonaluri August 21, 2019
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Through Thick and Thin

Little did people know that Anjana and Adri were not that couple goal

by Inez Gazali August 21, 2019
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Married at 21: Can I Still be Called a Feminist?

In the beginning, I often felt guilty about my decision to get married at such a young age, and worried that I’d be judged harshly by other feminists.

by Fatima Kamila August 13, 2019