A Brazilian woman has confessed to trying to kill her husband by putting poison in her vagina and urging him to have oral sex with her ...Read more »
An alternative idea that truly provides equality as well as actually separating church and state.Read more »
Same-sex couples can currently marry in six states and the District of Columbia, and there's no residency requirement to marry. That means that couples who live outside of those states can just pop in for a day to get married and then go home. There are also five states that allow civil unions. But if a marriage should fall apart in a state that doesn't recognize the couple's legal status in the first place, that's when things get complicated.Read more »
President Obama and presumed GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney have both made public statements about marriage recently. Obama claims that his views have evolved over the years. Romney's position may be consistent, however it is not historically accurate.
The central question... is whether the state should be dictating the domestic arrangements of consenting adults.Read more »
If most Bible-thumpers read and understood their Bibles, they would know that the biblical model of sex and marriage has little to do with the one they so loudly defend. Stories depicted in the Bible include rape, incest, master-slave sexual relations, captive virgins, and more.Read more »
Dallas County Judge Tonya Parker says she won't perform marriage ceremonies until gay couples can wed. “I use it as my opportunity to give them a lesson about marriage inequality in this state," and usually tells people "‘I’m sorry.Read more »
In an effort to satirize Californians who voted to repeal gay marriage laws to "protect the sanctity of marriage," a Sacramento man has started a petition to outlaw divorce amongst heterosexual couples.Read more »
"Barbara Ann Radnofsky, a Houston lawyer and Democratic candidate for attorney general, says that a 22-word clause in a 2005 constitutional amendment designed to ban gay marriages erroneously endangers the legal status of all marriages in the state."
According to Subsection B of the amendment, "this state or a political subdivision of this state may not create or recognize any legal status identical or similar to marriage."Read more »
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