Being single more appealing


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  • Saturday, 05 Jul 2003

MORE educated women are choosing to stay single because they perceive marriages to be a burden, Utusan Malaysia quoted Sisters In Islam as saying. 

Executive director Zainah Anwar said in the daily that from her discussions with women during local and international seminars, the feedback was that women felt they were playing more roles than men in a marriage. 

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