When monogamy is the norm, self-identifying as outside of the norm requires a certain understanding that “normal” events will not be a part of my life. For example, I have had to accept that I will never be proposed to in the traditional sense. Sure, I might have a commitment ceremony, but I will not . . . → Read More: The Invaders
We don’t intend to remain single. For the general population, being single is just a phase, a stage of life to move out of into adulthood, and ultimately, marriage. And for good reason: married workers can receive up to 25 percent more pay than unmarried individuals as a result of health and pension opportunities. Insurance . . . → Read More: Marriage. Overthrown.