Equality in marriage

Normally, this is a column on parenting — and today, it still is, because there is so much truth in the old adage that says, "The best thing you can do for your kids is to love their mother (father)."

Of course it is proper and fashionable and even politically correct to want and to advocate equality in a marriage relationship.

But what does equality actually mean? It seems to be a rather hard thing to define.

Does it mean sameness? Or can it mean different but equally important roles?

In a company, can a vice president of marketing be equal to a vice president of production?

Can two people be equal when they possess different gifts, different interests, different methods and ways of doing things?

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