I'm single, a feminist, and under 30, and I still think marriage is a cool thing. There is something really special about finding a person you care for so much that you're willing to commit the rest of your life to them. I think that marriage in this day and age has turned into a bit of an industry, and a lot of couples get married before they should because of societal pressures, but I honestly think that you can find a person that you are amazingly compatible with, and it's such a special gift if they agree, and want to show their commitment through a ceremony with your family and friends.
I guess I've been surrounded by a lot of good marriages in my life, and that has a lot to do with it. I also think that it's possible to fall out of love with someone, because people do change over time. Often when people marry at a really young age, it can mean that they have a higher chance of divorce, because they're still growing into the people they're going to be, and they might not still be in love when that whole process ends.
Another thing about marriage that I believe leads to divorce is when people put too much stock in it. Honestly, your life shouldn't change that much after you're married, and if the way you look at the world changes, especially in an negative way, then marriage was no the right choice. I simply see marriage for what it originally was meant to be, a commitment ceremony, that may not be for everyone, but makes a lot of people really happy. I would like to find a person that I can safely say I'd like to spend the rest of my life with, but it hasn't happened yet. I'm not looking, but it would be a great feeling to someday find that.