Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Egyptian actress Rania Youssef described marriage as an “unsuccessful idea”, while calling for postponing the experiment to the age of thirty.
Rania Youssef said, in televised statements with the “Thursday Night” program broadcast on “MBC Egypt”: “The idea of marriage is not successful. Marriage is not successful in the first place, unless two people love some defects before the advantages, and imagine that they grow up and are incapable of others.”
Rania Youssef pointed out that what is happening now is that “young people admire some of them at the first, and when they become pregnant and retard, and their shape changes, and their body is soured, they start to see another.”
She added that she does not recommend marriage before the age of thirty, and believes that this is the appropriate age for every person so that he becomes “mature and knows what he wants in life and does he want to marry and be his life and future”, stressing that “choosing at the age of thirty makes a lot of difference.”
The Egyptian actress talked about her experience, saying: “I tried twice after thirty, and the truth is I did not want to get married. Arab societies force you to marry because of your looks and reputation, but if I had the possibility, I wouldn’t get married.”
She stated that she will not repeat the experience of marriage again, explaining: “If you like, you will complete the love story without marriage .. I have two daughters, I don’t need a sweet thing, if there is a true sweet love story that you will be rewarded with marriage, the responsibilities, burdens and pressure that the marriage will make Bebos any sweet thing “.