Mar­tie de Cas­tro, 22

Sun.Star Cebu Weekend - - Forum -

And just be­cause a woman is a woman, she is placed in a po­si­tion as the one who merely says yes or no.

Mar­ket­ing As­so­ciate In­noland De­vel­op­ment Corp.

“Of course it is. I be­lieve in equal gen­der roles and just be­cause a man is a man, he is then forced to take the po­si­tion of the one who bends down on one knee and asks the most awaited ques­tion ‘Will you marry me?’ When two peo­ple who are in love feel like it is the right time to take things to the next level and get mar­ried, or per­haps if a woman feels like it is the per­fect time to take the re­la­tion­ship up a notch, then who dares stop her from say­ing ‘Marry me?’”

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