Theseus, my fair Duke! You must help me, for my daughter will not marry the man I have chosen for her! Either she marry's Demetrius or let me carry out the Athenian law and she will perish for her decisions!
So is Lysander. Why can't my father see with my eyes?
Hermia, you should listen to your father. You are his property, so you shall obey him. And besides, Demetrius is a good man.
Then tell me, what is the worst thing that will happen should I refuse to marry Demetrius?
No Hermia. You should see through your father eyes. It is his choice, not yours.
You will be executed, or you can become a Nun. So decide carefully. You can have a man by your side, or you can die an unhappy virgin.
I would rather die a virgin, than marry a man I do not love!
I will give you until the day I marry Hippolyta to make your choice. You will marry Demitrius, become a nun or perish!
Oh, please give in Hermia! And Lysander! Do not act like she is yours, it is my right to have her!
Why don't you marry her father? He seems to love you a lot! Let me have sweet Hermia.