New research shows that, at least for the Sami people of preindustrial Finland, men should marry a woman almost 15 years their junior to maximize their chances of having the most offspring that survive."We studied how parental age difference at marriage affected [families'] reproductive success among Sami people who married only once in their lifetime[s]," says ecologist Samuli Helle of the University of Turku in Finland.Men marry younger women and women prefer to marry older men, in general.But is it culture, genetics or the environment that drives such a choice—and is there an optimal age difference?Marriage is supposed to take a person out of the hectic lifestyle that one is in and place him or her in an organised environment giving them a path to follow in life and a shoulder to lean on.In Islam gives the right to a woman to be a wife of a man independent of the marriage relationship the man may have with another woman.Other research in modern day Sweden has shown that the ideal reproductive match is for a man to marry a woman six years his junior.
Hence, fornication plays an extremely significant part in the fall of society."Wealth was the most important factor in a [Sami] marriage," Helle notes.Introduction In light of modern day, what is marriage? The Collins Paperback English Dictionary states under the heading of marriage: The contract made by a man and a woman to live as husband and wife.Whereas during a homosexual relationship, during anal intercourse (also prohibited in Islam) there are two ways in which the disease homosexual behaviour is almost invariably mitigated.
Islam has tried to prevent those factors that cause immorality, promiscuity.
a Muslim) indulges in homosexual it also seriously endangers ones health.