Tag Archives: same-sex marriage

‘But if you legalise same-sex marriage…’

‘But if you legalise same-sex marriage…’: Arguments against marriage equality in the British press From Feminism & Psychology As a key ally of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) psychology, feminist psychology has a shared interest in dismantling social inequalities. One … Continue reading

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The desire to marry and attitudes toward same-sex family legalization in a sample of Italian lesbians and gay men

From Journal of Family Issues In the past two decades, legal and policy questions about same-sex families were strongly debated in various nations. Much progress has been made in advancing the cause of civil rights for lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) … Continue reading

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Anticipated benefits of marriage by same-sex couples

Will marriage matter? Effects of marriage anticipated by same-sex couples From Journal of Family Issues  While UK headlines report the strong opposition from the church to legalizing same-sex marriage, this study looks at the benefits marriage  offers to all. It used … Continue reading

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