Bailey McPherson: Woman slammed for BIZARRE 'marriage pact' with husband

Bailey McPherson, who married Zac in 2018, shared about these bizarre rules on her TikTok


                            Bailey McPherson: Woman slammed for BIZARRE 'marriage pact' with husband
Bailey McPherson has left people shocked by her marriage "rules" (TikTok/@bmcpher)
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A woman from California has left the internet astonished and furious after she revealed her marriage “rules,” which include -- “No friend of the opposite sex,” “No porn,” and many more. TikToker Bailey McPherson, who goes by the username @bmcpher on the social media site, has been married to her husband Zac for three years. They tied the knot in 2018 and on Saturday, November 20, she posted a video on TikTok, which was titled -- “Rules my husband and I have for our marriage that make people ANGRY”.

As per reports, more than two million people have viewed the clip and many were enraged by the rules. McPherson and her partner’s marriage pact is based on -- “No friends with the opposite sex,” “No being alone with the opposite sex” and “No texting the opposite sex without the other knowing.” Other rules are, “No lusting after others (following scandalous pages),” “No porn,” and “Always put each other first (even over parents).”

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The mother-of-one has received a lot of flak online with one critic saying in the comment section, “Tell me you don’t trust your partner without telling me you don’t trust your partner.” Another one slammed, “Lmao, the fact you think these rules will keep a person faithful shows how delusional you are. A person will do what they want to do.” “This just sounds like insecurities tbh,” a TikTok user added.

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But McPherson did not seem bothered with the criticisms as in another video she clarified that she has not befriended any male. She said, “I personally feel like as a married woman, I have no need for a companionship with another man that I cannot get with my husband. My husband has no need for a companionship with another woman that he cannot get from his wife.” The woman also went on to say that no pornography means “stronger intimacy in partnerships,” “healthier body image” and “better emotional health.”

She also took to Twitter and reacted to the outrage by tweeting, “This is actually hilarious.” McPherson added, “The amount of people HARASSING me  and blowing up that video is crazy. Like….y’all don’t also have these boundaries? Okay.”

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Meanwhile, after checking her Twitter account, it was found out McPherson seemingly likes controversy. Last year in June, she tweeted: “You’re not a racist for being a cop. You’re not a racist for supporting cops. You’re not a racist for not supporting these violent riots/crimes. Calling anything/everything racist takes away from the atrocity that is true racism and only pushes more people away from your cause.”

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Though it’s not clear in what context she posted that, several people slammed her. A user commented, “Supporting someone who’s racist makes you part of the problem.” Another one wrote, “If you're getting ‘pushed away from the cause’ of ending police brutality then you didn't care to begin with.” The third one added: “actually you are. you are a racist if you support a racist organization such as police. you are a racist if you say blue lives matter. you are a racist if you stand with violent officers. you are a racist.”

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