why does the Hispanic community enforce their women to be dependent on men?

Question by jazzy: why does the Hispanic community enforce their women to be dependent on men?

I’m half white and half Hispanic and the Hispanic side of my family is always asking me when am i gonna get married when am i gonna start having kids and they always say things make sure the guy you marry has money or a good job (which is irrelevant to me since i have a good career in progress and i take care of myself) (besides I’m only 21)the white side of my family is always telling me to go back to school and get my masters degree in case i ever has a change of heart with my current career and so on…all my Mexican cousins who are 20 yrs old all have children and none of them work and all my Irish cousins are all single with no children with college degrees why does the Hispanic community keep themselves (especially the women from succeeding in life) It seems like Hispanic women main goal in life is to find a man they can support them both financially and emotionally 100% (i agree most relationships should be 50/50) its kinda like they are raised to be incompetent of anything but having many children

Best answer:

Answer by Nach667
I come from the same mix but I feel like its more of a “make the family bigger” thing then a “keep the women prego” thing.BTW my white side is more selfish and self centered and they encourage that in their kids.I think “To thyne own self be true” I rep the half breeds!

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Why does the Hispanic community enforce their women to be dependent on men?

Question by jazzy: Why does the Hispanic community enforce their women to be dependent on men?

I’m half white and half Hispanic and the Hispanic side of my family is always asking me when am i gonna get married when am i gonna start having kids and they always say things make sure the guy you marry has money or a good job (which is irrelevant to me since i have a good career in progress and i take care of myself) (besides I’m only 21)the white side of my family is always telling me to go back to school and get my masters degree in case i ever has a change of heart with my current career and so on…all my Mexican cousins who are 20 yrs old all have children and none of them work and all my Irish cousins are all single with no children with college degrees why does the Hispanic community keep themselves (especially the women from succeeding in life) It seems like Hispanic women main goal in life is to find a man they can support them both financially and emotionally 100% (i agree most relationships should be 50/50) its kinda like they are raised to be incompetent of anything but having many children

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Answer by nytelotus
It might be the way they interpret their religion. Male dominant religions really encourage women dependence on men.

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Event highlights groups, activities that help keep community safe

Event highlights groups, activities that help keep community safe
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HUMPHREYS GARRISON – About 200 members of the USAG-Humphreys Community attended Family Safety Day, held in the vicinity of the Community Activity Center, here, May 22.
The event, hosted by the Installation Safety Office, featured information booths from various community organizations, a Fire Department-themed bouncy house and slide for children, a cookout, and prize giveaways.
Among the organizations that participated were: Army and Air Force Exchange Service, Army Substance Abuse Program, United Service Organizations, Drug Abuse Resistance Education, and the Korean Diabetes Association.
In honor of Bicycle Safety Month, AAFES representative, Tom Reid, discussed the importance of wearing protective gear while riding a bicycle. At his booth, children and parents watched a video that demonstrated the effects of body and brain injuries when not wearing a helmet. The booth also displayed helmets, other protective gear, such as reflective vests and belts, and registration forms that people can fill out to ride a bicycle on base.
At another booth, the Korean Diabetic Association from Pyeongtaek International Hospital, tested people’s blood pressure and blood sugar.
The event, which is usually held in June, was held earlier this year to help prepare community members before summer arrives.
At the event’s conclusion, children received prizes such as bicycles, helmets, protective wear, and water guns.
In addition to the Safety Day activities, the Safety Office hosted a grand opening of its Motorcycle Training course.
Anyone interested in any of the garrison’s Army Training Safety Training program courses – Basic Riders Course, Experienced Riders Course, Military Sport Riders Course, Intermediate Drivers Course or Remedial Drivers training – should visit www.ridesafe.kr for class dates or call 753-5583 or 753-5580 for more information.

U.S. Army photos by Pfc. Georgina Gray, Pfc. Steven Ho, Jessica Ryan and Lee, Hye-young

For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys’ official web site or check out our online videos.

Event highlights groups, activities that help keep community safe

Event highlights groups, activities that help keep community safe
safe online dating
Image by USAG-Humphreys
HUMPHREYS GARRISON – About 200 members of the USAG-Humphreys Community attended Family Safety Day, held in the vicinity of the Community Activity Center, here, May 22.
The event, hosted by the Installation Safety Office, featured information booths from various community organizations, a Fire Department-themed bouncy house and slide for children, a cookout, and prize giveaways.
Among the organizations that participated were: Army and Air Force Exchange Service, Army Substance Abuse Program, United Service Organizations, Drug Abuse Resistance Education, and the Korean Diabetes Association.
In honor of Bicycle Safety Month, AAFES representative, Tom Reid, discussed the importance of wearing protective gear while riding a bicycle. At his booth, children and parents watched a video that demonstrated the effects of body and brain injuries when not wearing a helmet. The booth also displayed helmets, other protective gear, such as reflective vests and belts, and registration forms that people can fill out to ride a bicycle on base.
At another booth, the Korean Diabetic Association from Pyeongtaek International Hospital, tested people’s blood pressure and blood sugar.
The event, which is usually held in June, was held earlier this year to help prepare community members before summer arrives.
At the event’s conclusion, children received prizes such as bicycles, helmets, protective wear, and water guns.
In addition to the Safety Day activities, the Safety Office hosted a grand opening of its Motorcycle Training course.
Anyone interested in any of the garrison’s Army Training Safety Training program courses – Basic Riders Course, Experienced Riders Course, Military Sport Riders Course, Intermediate Drivers Course or Remedial Drivers training – should visit www.ridesafe.kr for class dates or call 753-5583 or 753-5580 for more information.

U.S. Army photos by Pfc. Georgina Gray, Pfc. Steven Ho, Jessica Ryan and Lee, Hye-young

For more information on U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys and living and working in Korea visit: USAG-Humphreys’ official web site or check out our online videos.

what are the rules and regulations for starting a community or matrimonial (not dating) websites?

Question by Johnhom: what are the rules and regulations for starting a community or matrimonial (not dating) websites?
I want to know the international regulations and/or international laws on starting/running a community or matrimonial (not dating) websites. Who controls such sites? What are the limitations for these sites? Please help me by providing the guidelines or URLs. I need these info for my friend who live in India. anyone know about the Indian rules or the URLs for them, they will help as additional info. Thank you.

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Answer by FRAGINAL-NOYPI
Register the website with the local government unit and department regulating the activity in your area.

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Community center survey online

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U.S. returns recovered artifacts taken by soldiers from Iraq
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Cash-strapped and debt-ridden, public transit systems across the nation are trimming service, raising fares and postponing badly needed upgrades just to maintain daily operations, even as rising gas prices increase demand and experts call modernization critical to cities’ futures.
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102-year-old pioneer in the African-American community will be missed

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How can I make friends in community college?

Question by holy_warrior: How can I make friends in community college?
How can I make friends in community college when everyone just follow their own business and everyone have their friend to follow to. I try to make friends and form a study group as most people I approach doesn’t appear to be inviting me to join. I feel pretty lonely and I always do everything alone. How can I make new friends?

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Answer by will
keep on trying…community college is tough

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Single Parent Academy Learning Community

This Single Parent Academy Learning Community video spotlights the unique learning environment that Mt.San Antonio College has fostered in which single parents and those who are expecting not only immerse themselves in the enriching curriculum inside the classroom but also create lifelong relationships beyond the classroom with their peers and professors.
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