Tag: Two Women

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

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

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A Question for the Lawyers

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

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Boston Gay Marriage – TEC have Completed the Circle

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

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Jackie Clune on Leaving Lesbianism

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

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Sisters, Inheritance and Civil Partnerships

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.

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