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A woman leaves her birth family, geographically and economically, when she marries, becoming instead a member of the groom's family.

(See patrilocality for an anthropological explanation.) Due to this loss of labour, the women's families do not want their daughters to marry young, and demand economic compensation (the aforementioned bride price) when they do leave them.

Some cultures today maintain symbolic bride kidnapping ritual as part of traditions surrounding a wedding, in a nod to the practice of bride kidnapping which may have figured in that culture's history.

According to some sources, the honeymoon is a relic of marriage by capture, based on the practice of the husband going into hiding with his wife to avoid reprisals from her relatives, with the intention that the woman would be pregnant by the end of the month.

However, even when the practice is against the law, judicial enforcement remains lax in some areas, such as Moldova, Kyrgyzstan and Chechnya.

Bride kidnapping is distinguished from raptio in that the former refers to the abduction of one woman by one man (and his friends and relatives), and is still a widespread practice, whereas the latter refers to the large scale abduction of women by groups of men, possibly in a time of war (see also war rape).

'There was a lot of tension between the wives and the sex slaves.'Some of the wives even divorced their husbands because of that.

In some modern cases, the couple collude together to elope under the guise of a bride kidnapping, presenting their parents with a fait accompli.

Wives of ISIS fighters have revealed their concerns about how much their husbands were spending on sex slaves' clothes and lipstick but paid no heed to their barbaric beheadings.

The women, dubbed the desperate housewives of Raqqa, spoke to a journalist from their homes in a small town of Ayn Issa, 30 miles north of the terror group's de facto capital.

The mechanism of marriage by abduction varies by location.

This article surveys the phenomenon by region, drawing on common cultural factors for patterns, but noting country-level distinctions.