Gay couples and separation
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We provide legal services to those suffering religious discrimination, regardless of your religious belief or affiliation. We especially seek those willing to advance the law by making a long term commitment to engaging in trials and appeals. For more information , or to obtain help, click here. The statement below is an attempt to shed light on the confusion about the separation of church and state. Are people of faith trying to impose their religious view of marriage on society as a whole?
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United Methodist Church Announces Proposal to Split Over Gay Marriage
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Meg Anderson. A rainbow gay pride flag flies below the U. The United Methodist Church announced a proposal Friday to split the denomination over what it called "fundamental differences" regarding its beliefs on same-sex marriage and LGBTQ clergy. The proposal, signed by 16 church leaders from around the world, will be voted on at the church's general conference in May.
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Not About Gay Rights: Same Sex Marriage and the Separation of Church and State
In , two years after the law changed to allow single-sex marriages, she walked down the aisle, wearing the big white dress she had longed for. She is one of a growing number of same-sex divorcees. By the end of , same-sex couples, of whom nearly three-quarters were female, had divorced. More lesbians than gay men get married, but the discrepancy in divorce rates is much wider than that in marriage rates. In any case, more men formed civil partnerships than women in the 14 years for which data are available, yet more women dissolved them.
Angelique Naylor stands near the Texas state capital in Austin. She had a same-sex marriage in Massachusetts, but received her divorce in Texas. Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is appealing the decision. D-I-V-O-R-C-E can be pure "H-E-double L," as Tammy Wynette sang, but what if the government decides to get in the act and puts you in a legal and relationship limbo that promises to last for months, perhaps years.