The activists will not stop in trying to impose their extreme views on the rest of us and they have now plotted out a state-by-state strategy to increase the number of judicial decisions redefining marriage without the voice of the people being heard.
When you're suddenly pregnant and no one is standing by your side even if you're in your 30s it's a hard conversation. I'm a traditional girl and I believe in marriage and I just always thought that's the way I'd be doing this.
But I don't think that it's a form of family that I would be comfortable in. I've found a way to this character and this family but I still believe that a marriage is between two people and not seven or three.
In response to our fast-food culture a 'slow food' movement appeared. Out of hurried parenthood a move toward slow parenting could be growing. With vital government supports for state-of-the-art public child care and paid parental leave maybe we would be ready to try slow love and marriage.
Obviously the anti-ERA people are tickled about my ordeal because it proves that the ERA breaks up families. When they point out that feminism is a dangerous thing I just say marriage is pretty precarious too.
Many women cut back what had to be done at home by redefining what the house the marriage and sometimes what the child needs. One woman described a fairly common pattern: I do my half. I do half of his half and the rest doesn't get done.
Marriage is all about knowing the ins and outs and the intimate details and your wife is supposed to be the person you know best. But my brother and I think alike know everything about one another and when we get together we block everything else out. Nothing exists in our world except for us.
I was glad to hear of that determination as I detest the practice of cousins marrying or any marriage between persons in which there can be traced the most distant relationship. I go for the improvement instead of the deterioration of our race.
New Orleans more than many places I know actually tangibly lives its culture. It's not just a residual of life it's a part of life. Music is at every major milestone of our life: birth marriage death. It's our culture.
There's not a lot of room anymore for what I call 'made-up' drama. The drama comes from real places now - marriage takes work and focus the kid stuff takes patience and commitment. And if you don't grow as people and as a couple within all of that then you've got some real drama.