It turns out that the happiest of all wives in America are religious conservatives, followed by their progressive counterparts https://t.co/jaxXzMkEf7— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) May 20, 2019
Can confirm what all the other Exvangelicals are saying. Self-reporting on this is not a reflection of reality. Conservative women are taught that being anything other than happy is a spiritual and moral failure.— Stephanie McCown (@Lunges_n_Lashes) May 20, 2019
You know absolutely about the repression of religious conservative women, huh?— ✨Manic Aes Sedai Dream Girl✨ (@RCruzyBee) May 20, 2019
I would have reported that I was "so happy" while I went back and forth planning my suicide. This is irresponsible reporting.
I know Christians from having been in the evangelical church for 20 awful years of my life. Several different ones, different denominations. But all the same. Full of hate. Full of fear. Pretending everything is okay for fear that being ungrateful will make them lose everything.— Dembai (Tracy Hilliard) (@LadyDembai) May 20, 2019
This is hilarious. They all asked their spouses if it was ok to answer the survey in the first place. Then they made it a dinner table conversation to make sure they answered the questions correctly. I know evangelicals. Women do not have separate lives.— flick fifo (@atheistscott) May 20, 2019
Yup, can confirm! A marriage centered around God with a foundation on His Word equals happiness..love it!❤✝️ pic.twitter.com/cEfCKua1Tb— Chrissy💖 (@chrissylou76) May 20, 2019
Where my mom and dad met. Married 65 happy years.— jdkahler (@jdkahler) May 21, 2019