Tag: Two Women

Fascinating piece on the BBC website. Imagine one house, with four people, but five couples. How does it work, asks Jo Fidgen. Charlie is talking excitedly about a first date she went on the night before. Next to her on …

But we don’t have a choice. We’re in love with each other. Read More »

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Here’s a question for the legal ones amongst you. Let’s say we get gender-neutral marriage. Will the wife of a woman who gives birth be allowed to register the birth of her wife’s child? If so, does that implicitly mean …

A Question for the Lawyers Read More »

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My thanks to Charlene Smith of the Episcopal Divinity School in the US who has supplied me with a copy of the liturgy used last Saturday for the marriage service in Boston Cathedral. You can download the service yourself here …

Boston Gay Marriage – TEC have Completed the Circle Read More »

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Fascinating article in today’s Daily Mail that I have only just caught up with. Some controversial stuff in there. As I pieced over the failings, I took a second look at my history. Was I picking the wrong women or …

Jackie Clune on Leaving Lesbianism Read More »

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You’ll have seen the story in the past few days that the European Court of Human Rights ruled against a couple of elderly sisters who wanted to have the same inheritance tax rights as two women in a Civil Partnership. …

Sisters, Inheritance and Civil Partnerships Read More »

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