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CSPAN
Feb 20, 2015 10:01pm EST
country that has polygamy. in ancient times china also had a. in my own great-grandfather has 18 concubines. but his wife did not get treated with less respect and that think that's the difference because he gave her the power of the purse string. he had two houses just like your uncle. he had asked for the concubines. he concubines. he had asked for his primary wife. and in that house she had the money. she decides how to spend that money and believe me, because he respected her the children, the soldiers better than other people, other men respect to. and i hope for the sake of pakistan that with the women working in becoming financially independent that someday this we will also happen that the women we will be better respected. >> i would say i'm not sure she lost so much respect as she felt unloved. for me that is perhaps the most pernicious thing about polygamy, polygamy, the fact that she couldn't leave and he could have the wife that he made to please his family and the life you made for love but she can only have them. you. you know that's kind of a difficult question. d
CSPAN
Feb 15, 2015 3:00pm EST
polygamy. >> uh-huh. >> in indiana chebt times -- in ancient times china also had that, and my own great grandfather had, you know, 18 concubines. but his wife did not get treated with less respect. and i think that's the difference. because he gave her the power of the pursestring, you know? he had two houses just like your uncle. he had a house for the con cue wines -- concubines, he had a house for his primary wife. and in that house she had the money. she decides how to spend that money. and believe me, because he respected her the children the sons respected her. and other people. or the men respected her. and i hope for the sake of pakistan that with the women working and becoming financially independent, that someday this will also happen, that the women will be better respected. >> yes. i actually would say -- and that's some of, that is one of the issues that i try to express in the book is that there's a difference between respect and love. i'm not sure that is she lost so much respect as she felt unloved. and for me, that is perhaps the most pernicious thing about about polyga
CSPAN
Mar 1, 2015 1:17am EST
inferior because pakistan is not the only country that has polygamy. and in ancient times china also have that. and my own great-grandfather had 18 concubines. but his wife did not get treated with less respect than that is the difference. because he gave her the power of the purse strings. he had two houses just like your own paul and the house for the concubines and a houseful of the primary wife and in that house she had the money. she decides how to spend the money. but because he respected her the children in the sun respected her or other men respected her and i hope for the sake of pakistan with women working to become financially independent that somebody this will also have been. >> yes. i would say if that is one of the issues that they tried to express in the book the difference between respect and love. i am not sure she lost respect but did not feel love but for me perhaps that is the most pernicious thing about polygamy or the fact she could not leave but he can have the life he married for love but she could only have him. that is a difficult question. does someon
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