Is going to shul on Shabbos morning an "issue" in your house?
I think the females should go. They don't always agree.
Should Shabbos only be about sleeping late, getting up to eat, sleeping the afternoon away, and then rousing yourself to get dressed, do your face, and go out partying with friends?
Somehow there isn't much sanctity there.
Something nice about davening in shul, hearing laining, hearing a speech, saying a whole bunch of Amen's. Without a party.
what say you?