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Any marriages prior to those ages were not accepted.
[Source: Encyclopedia of Sexuality, 2.hu-berlin.de/sexology \*/ ] According to Proschan (1998), if men feared that marriage might complicate their lives, they tried to find a girl who did not see in them as the focus of her desires and demands.
Cuss Word, See Insults Under Language In 2004, Associated Press reported: "Vietnam has charged a former senior sports official with the alleged rape of a 13-year-old girl in what reportedly was his attempt to rid himself of bad luck, state-controlled media.
Up to and through the French Colonial period, Vietnamese women were not regarded as nubile until about their 16th or 17th year.
However, according to the Ly-Ky ("The Book of Rites"), girls might marry after 14 years and men at 16.
As O’Harrow (1995) points out, Vietnamese women seldom have male friends, per se, because they have very few social mechanisms for dealing with men on an equal footing.
Men are always patrons or clients, fathers, sons, husbands, or lovers.
Numerous articles have run saying the victims' family attempted to drop the case after Dung allegedly paid them US$68,000. 19, and Prime Minister Phan Van Khai officially fired him March 1, citing "special seriousness of his lawbreaking act." According to O’Harrow (1995), the polite term for a wife is noi tro ("interior helper"), the common, not-so-polite epithet is Noi Ttoung or "general of the interior." The women of Ha Dong in particular have a reputation for being fierce spouses that has gained them the nickname of Su Tu Ha Dong or "Ha Dong Lionesses." It is said about their husbands that they belong to a very ancient club, the Hoi So Vo or "Society of Men Who Fear Their Wives." Folk humor aside, it is a strategy to survive that motivates women to gain control of the family finances.