Divorce law is biased against men. Imagine if marriage vows honestly reflected this one sided-contract.
I agree that, my wife may divorce me, without giving a reason, and I will be forced to give up half my property *AND* pay alimony and child support.There really should be full disclosure, of all the downsides of marriage.
I agree that, if my wife chooses to be unfaithful and divorces me, I still have to give her half my property and pay alimony, even if I respected my part of the contract.
I agree that, if I do have children and my wife divorces me, I may have limited opportunity to see them even though I'm forced to pay support.
I agree that, if my wife gets pregnant by another man, I'm still obligated to pay full financial support as if that child were my own.
I agree that, at any time, politicians may change the law and impose additional restrictions on me.
Even though divorce law is biased against men, you still might benefit from getting married. There are some legal perks for getting married.
If you're a serious agorist, you might decide to *NOT* get a State-licensed marriage. Then, you can put property in your wife's name. If the IRS or State decides to pursue you, they may not be able to steal your wife's property, because you aren't legally married! Also, if you're serious about tax resistance, then your non-State-licenses wide won't be criminally responsible for your tax evasion! (You can also accomplish this somewhat via "married filing separaely".) If your wife also works, you're better off tax-wise *NOT* getting married.
State divorce law is *HEAVILY* biased against men. Honest marriage vows should reflect this. If you're a serious agorist, it might be a good tactical decision to not get a State-licensed marriage, because that protects your wife and her property.
Even though divorce law is biased against men, you may still choose to get married. However, you have to choose your partner *VERY* carefully. Unfair divorce law and State propaganda can make even an honest woman tempted to cheat.