U.K. changes law to allow mixed-sex civil unions

Thousands of mixed-sex couples in the U.K. can now enter into civil partnerships. Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan, whose legal challenge led to the British Supreme Court ruling, were among the first couples to make their partnership official.

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23 thoughts on “U.K. changes law to allow mixed-sex civil unions

  1. I must object to this unholy act of allowing a man and a woman to live together under a happy union! Don't you know that men and women are only allowed to enter unhappy marriages to fulfill the expectations of a shallow society and the outdated morals of our biased parents? Anything that relieves the unnecessary strife and tension of unhappy marriages threatens to upend the illegitimate values of a repressed society and that I will not stand. I call on all people to help preserve the soul-wrenching misery of unhappy marriages around the world and complain to your local person of perceived authority. (You'll have to call them more than once, as they are going to hang up on you once they figure out what you are talking about.)

  2. I'd have considered these people as married anyway, just not religiously. I wouldn't think of it that or this way "right off the bat", i.e., immediately, but non-religious couples are loyally together for years, then definitely. Marriage should imply fidelity, responsibility and most certainly love; not necessarily religious.

  3. مـــين🥰 يــرحب🥰 بـي🥰 يــــضغـــط لايـــك🥰ويـراسـلـنـي خـــاص واشـتـرك بقـــناتــــي

  4. 就是这些狗屁倒灶的事情成天在西方占据成为社会议题,政客们为了选票,像苍蝇般往里面凑

  5. Maybe government should just stop stealing bread from the mouths of starving people. I bet that would solve a lot of problems.

  6. I have no problem with that but if a couple wants to be equal in a relationship you don't need a paper for that you just do it. Marriage or civil union is the same thing. I don't know the law in the U.K. But you could not get married in front of a judge before?

  7. Good for them!
    Love is Love!
    Everyone deserves to be free to love how they want to love and to live how they want to live.

  8. So…She wanted to get married without all the "patriarchy" involved…

    And naturally he said "yes master, I have no right an opinion master."

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