Fun shoot at the salon. I have a crochet doughnut pinned to my head. #wyldology #aveda (at Wyldology Salon)
-hair that looks cute tossed up in a messy bun the first time I attempt this feat
-a basic, stocked pantry that allots me to make a variety of soups, frittatas, quick breads and vegetable pasta dishes on a weeknight
-respect by people older than me
-the authoritativeness that commands respect…
He’s just mad because he can’t acquire all the apple juice that I’m acquiring. (x)
Marriage equality will, in time, fundamentally destroy “traditional marriage,” and I, for one, will dance on its grave.
It’s not a terribly difficult conclusion to draw.
As same-sex couples marry, they will be forced to re-imagine many tenets of your “traditional marriage.” In doing so, they will face a series of complicated questions:
Should one of us change our last name? And if so, who?
Should we have kids? Do we want to have kids? How do we want to have kids? Whose last name do our kids take?
How about housework, work-work, childcare? How do we assign these roles equitably? How do we cultivate a partnership that honors each of our professional and personal ambitions?
As questions continually arise, heterosexual couples will take notice — and be forced to address how much “traditional marriage” is built on gender roles and perpetuates a nauseating inequality that has no place in 2014.