Never Married Person Ticked Off Because Churches Don’t Support Never Marrieds Who Do Not Want To Be Married
I once posted to a thread about adult singleness at another blog in 2014.
A person or two left comments there that I am just now, in 2019, seeing (as of last night).
I support single adults who’ve always been single who do NOT want to be married.
I’m a never married adult who wanted to be married, but it did not happen for me.
A person calling him or herself “Ehartsay” left a comment in that thread in 2014, (Link): here. I will just assume this is a woman poster.
Here is a portion of her comment:
It has started to leave be with a feeling like even in this camp it is really only accepted to stay longterm single because of high standards, but still holding out hope for marriage, and not because you simply don’t want to be or care care about getting married
Even the ‘Christian Pundit’ seems to take care to establish that she wanted and still wants to get married, and would have been but for circumstances.
How about some live [love] for the marriage averse among us?
Here is the reply I left to her:
Why are you criticizing me for wanting to be married? That’s what it sounds like you’re doing. I wish I had seen that post of yours back in 2014 – it’s five years later now.
On my blog, I have said in different blogs posts over the last few years I don’t have a problem with singles who enjoy being single and have no desire for marriage, and I’ve said on my blog that churches should treat such singles with respect and not try to cram marriage down their throats.
But I find your nit picking over my comment to be insulting.
What is it to you if I honestly would still like to marry?