Articles about 'equal marriage'

Equal civil partnerships are the fair and sensible way forward

We should welcome the Supreme Court's support for equal civil partnerships, but now the government should act, writes Amy Grant

Amy Grant // 8 July 2018

Categories: Blog

The dangers of putting equal marriage to referendum

Emily Chudy investigates whether there is ever any reason to put a human rights issue to vote, where the majority decides the fate of a minority

Guest Blogger // 28 February 2018

Categories: Blog

Heterosexual civil partnerships are about privilege, not equality

The fight for mixed sex, heterosexual couples to have the right to a civil partnership overlooks and dismisses a history of LGBTQ+ struggles for equality, writes Hannah Westwater

Guest Blogger // 7 April 2017

Categories: Blog

Mrs & Mrs

Our guest blogger for November, Jennifer Evans, writes about her wife, wedding and relationship

Jennifer Evans // 5 November 2016

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That’s not an ally

Megan Stodel questions David Cameron's merit as Ally of the Year, awarded by Pink News

Megan Stodel // 27 October 2016

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The ‘bridezilla’ television trope and the traditional wedding norm

Marriage equality might be on the way but it seems the fripperies and rituals of the traditional wedding are still coveted as the superior choice. Olivia Rudgard looks at the role of the TV show 'Bridezilla' in all this and asks, what about wedding equality?

Guest Blogger // 18 April 2013

Categories: Blog

More equal than others: marriage, relationships and prejudice

Philippa explains why equal marriage should be allowed, and looks at how ridiculous some of the arguments against it are

Philippa Willitts // 5 February 2013

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