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Comments to article «12 Women Honestly Shared Why They Didn’t Take Their Husband’s Last Name After Marriage»

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My people, and Arabs in general don't change last name.
Most of them even don't even officially carry their fathers' last names.
We go given_name father's_name grandfather's_name ... .
But I know the last name change in European culture is about joining families, not ownership of the wife. Well, not in the last two centuries.
And I don't understand why the need for the protectiveness and defensiveness in many of the statements in this post.
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in Spain women have never taken their husband's last names, and we have two last names, one from each parent. I like it this way
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