same-sex partner

same-sex partner

Social medicine A domestic partner of the same genotypic sex. See Homosexual.
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Surely we need to be teaching our youngsters that it doesn't matter one bit if you dance with a same-sex partner or not?
The 39-year-old, who is gay, said: "I'd love to dance with a same-sex partner.
Mizuho's new products include housing loans that can be taken jointly by same-sex partners, as well as principal guaranteed trust products, wherein assets can be transferred to a same-sex partner.
Synopsis: Two years after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, 10.2% of LGBT Americans are now married to a same-sex partner, up from 7.9% before the ruling.
It also does not apply in heterosexual break-ups if the affair was with a same-sex partner. For dissolving a same-sex marriage or civil partnership, all other options apply.
"Our joke back in the '90s was 'Oh, gay marriage will be legal in Texas before UT will give us same-sex partner benefits.' And that's actually what came to pass."
As long as a same-sex partner is not deemed a "spouse," same-sex couples do not have access to many of the same estate planning opportunities married opposite-sex couples are given.
MANY LARGE AND SUCCESSFUL companies nowadays offer same-sex partner health benefits and other policies friendly to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees.
One involved a 24-year-old man from Paphos who reported that the state would not allow him to enter into a civil marriage with his same-sex partner of six years.
Census Bureau data shows that nearly 11,000 Cook County households had a "householder" with a same-sex partner, constituting roughly 0.6 percent of the county's nearly 2 million households.
The same-sex partner debate has destroyed our church and will continue to do so.