'No online flirting' included in wedding vows


Lord of Penmai
Jul 5, 2011
Modern couples believe a vow to avoid flirting online should be a matrimonial promise, while 34% refuse to say the traditional "till death do us part" at the altar, a new Australian survey has found.

According to a survey of 1,200 Australians, both sexes supported a commitment to be faithful and not be flirtatious online, with 72% of women and 62% of men favouring this as an inclusion in modern vows.

For men "cherishing" their partner was the most important vow and for women, to stand by their partner in "sickness and health" . Equal sharing of child rearing was also identified as an important wedding vow, the survey by InsuranceLine said. Only 18% of women said they would pledge to obey their partner against 27% of men. "What's evident is that we still believe that loving, cherishing and protecting each other is important , but there is a greater emphasis on equality and supporting each other," InsuranceLine spokesman John Hoyle said.

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