Why do some women change their surnames and others don’t

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The debate about changing one’s surname after marriage is a familiar topic that still causes discussion in modern society.

An article on Metro highlights the different perspectives and experiences of women who have decided to keep or change their surname after marriage.

Victoria Richards, a woman from London, talks about her decision to take her husband’s surname, only to change it again later as she could not identify with this traditional practice.
She emphasizes the importance of one’s identity and questions the need to continue such an outdated and sexist tradition.

Victoria Measures offers another perspective on Milton Keynes, who kept her unique surname to maintain her identity and independence.

These personal stories shed light on the deep-rooted traditions and changing dynamics in relationships and marriages.

They encourage reflection on how traditions can influence women’s personal and professional identities and why deciding to change or keep a surname should be a conscious choice that respects each person’s equality and autonomy.

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