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That Uganda Married Men Feel Its Accqtable For Them To Have Lovers Than Uganda Married Women.

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THAT UGANDA MARRIED MEN FEEL ITS ACCQTABLE FOR THEM TO HAVE LOVERS THAN UGANDA MARRIED WOMEN Rationale As a woman who has come across men though I am not married and have never been married yet most of the women from the age of 16 to 50 all get the same words from their mouth men that's why most of them end up single life I myself have never chosen to be single but when time comes for me to have a relationship with a man I end up being single for the reason being They don't want to have a steady relationship they don't want to get too much involved and they don't want to be serious and the excuse they give they don't want to be hurt or they don't want commitments, which will later lead to responsibilities and as for the type of men have ever got since the age of 17 there is no difference in characters they only want to be with me for two weeks which leaves me with question mark saying why me or i was not born lucky sometimes I feel so lonely and end up crying buy all in all men a re ...read more.

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its according to a woman to take it or leave it but as also when we look the ratio of women to men is at a very high percentage so this as contributed to women to take the option of sharing one man if not so women would remain lonely for life and would not gain any respect not in anytime of they life's. Family demand where by a man does not have his own conclusion he may depend on his family for the decision because in marriage there is always ups and down, so for whatever problem he may get he is likely to ask his family to make a decision. They may give him a solution of looking for partners. Context Marriage in Uganda is not always a romantic experience, a women can find her self sixth wife to an abusive husband without even consenting to the marriage. Meanwhile sexual demands exposed women to unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases including HIV. A mix of culture, tradition and lack of education confines most Ugandan women to the home barring them from paid employment should the marriage break down even after a husband's death many wives find themselves inherited by their brothers ...read more.

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Though not all of it has been a hypothesis interview or case studies would have been difficult methods to use because people usually hold strong views about the subject matter and it would have meant doing too many Social research is a very difficult exercise to conduct because it's very difficult exercise to conduct because it's very difficult to remain objective and impartial not bringing ones own own value judgements and ideologies into it to research is to seek answers that involve understanding and explanation where as the credibility of its out come will rest heavily on the conduct of the investigation Evaluation Its seems so strange that Ugandan married men still can't stay without having partners its now finally looked as a normal matter that they should do what makes them feel happy so this has forced the society of Uganda to accept it. Men have reached a dimention in that they even have more than one partner, they have taken the rule within own hands. They don't want to be told anything concerning the outside relationship otherwise they will find another partner. + - ...read more.

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