Unmarried Equality is seeking individuals willing to serve on our board of directors. The main commitment for board members is to be on monthly board meeting conference calls that last about an hour. The board also has standing committees that can take an hour or two per month of your time. Being a board member […]
Society Needs to Look Beyond Marriage – NYTimes.comThe emphasis on the couple as the center of family life is declining. By Sarah Wright. View on www.nytimes.com
In the Media
May 20, 2013. Unmarried Equality participated in a panel discussion generated by our petition to the American Academy of Pediatrics. There was no support for the AAP assertion that a legal marriage provides the best parenting environment for children. Watch the show.
July 30, 2013 by Cindy Butler
On this Sunday’s (July 28, 2013) news show, “This Week,” George Will once again provided a sound bite that is so outrageous you will not believe that it came from an experienced political analyst. Fortunately, retribution was swift and loud, as hundreds of bloggers immediately called him out for the backward ideology upon which he […]
July 22, 2013 by Antonio Skilton
On June 25th, Wendy Davis, Harvard law graduate and Democratic Texas state senator held a filibuster for a full 11 hours with no food, water, and without being allowed to sit, or even lean on anything for support. The filibuster stopped Senate Bill 5, a firm anti-abortion law, from being passed before the end of […]
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Unmarried Equality Petitions Condo Association to Stop Discrimination on the Basis of Marital Status
In response to a story out of Florida, UE has launched a petition to stop a condo association’s refusal to sell units to unmarried couples and families. The practice not only violates the rights of qualified purchasers, it prevents association members from marketing to the largest pool possible when selling their properties. Let them know […]
In AARP’s The Magazine August/September issue, Marion Winik talks about the fulfilling lives of older singles – and the enjoyment of relieving themselves of the search for a partner.
There are some interesting results in this survey. It’s a small sample size, so not scientific by any means. Still, it’s worth a look.