Marriage in America:

Just as the religious right is aggressively organizing to beat back the homosexual agenda (including the inexorable progress toward same sex marriage) the latest census reveals an interesting shift over the past 5 years:


married couples no longer make up a majority of U.S. households, down to 49.7 percent from 52 percent five years ago. Analysts cite a declining social emphasis placed on marriage, as more people choose to live single or unmarried with partners.
Matt Wood, a presumably married minority staffer at the Chicagoist, predicts coworkers' reactions: "Ha-ha! Marriage Makes You Abnormal." (Chicagoist)

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