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Title: "It's Better in the Bahamas": From Relationship Initiation to Marriage

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Subject: Social Issues
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Date: March 17, 1998
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Intercourse before marriage is becoming the rule rather than the exception. Fifty years ago, engagement was signaled by the man sending a letter and a ring to the young lady and her family. This letter was considered a legally binding document. This practice has become more informal, but it is still expected that the man will ask permission of the young lady's parents before asking for marriage...

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This letter was considered a legally binding document. This practice has become more informal, but it is still expected that the man will ask permission of the young lady's parents before asking for marriage. The ring also continues to play an important role in the engagement process...

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