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The problem with love is deciding who’s doing the dishes

11 mins | Sep 22, 2020
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How our understanding of love derives from the metaphor of the patriarchal marriage of the past. If equality and fairness in marriage require individuality and deliberation rather than the all-in unity of love, for Patricia Marino it’s worth asking why metaphors such as unity are still prominent. Here, she contemplates for Psyche magazine.
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