Posts Tagged ‘marriage’

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I had to let go

June 11, 2017

In my past, I had met an extremely wonderful lady, her first name is Maria, we had until recently had a what I call a fantastic relationship that developed totally in an innocent way, for that I will always be grateful.

I had been married twice and I was a walking wounded, when I first met her we became friends and kept in contact by email as friends. I had explained to her that my 2nd marriage had made me gun shy even of dating. My 2nd ex wife is a total piece of work, she is great at playing the constant victim card when it is she who creates victims by her actions. I practically bent myself into a pretzel trying to save the marriage but in the end it was all just a show on her part, her words were the marriage was a means to get the end result.

Maria is my true life love that I discovered by accident, we had our ups and downs but we worked them out and the relationship was built on a solid foundation of love and trust.

Last year something had happened and she disappeared and I waited patiently for her, when she did respond she had asked that we take a break from each other, I was leery but I told her anything for her. Eventually the contact had become sporadic on her part, so I am giving her, from indications that she wants her freedom to do as she wants, so I am giving her that freedom.

I have no idea as to what she is doing, at all but I do and will always love her for she was the only woman to repair my heart and heal it with her unconditional love on her part.

Maria, you have my heart may I have it back so that I can move on because even though we love each other for the right reasons but something is holding you back now, and I would rather you be happy pursuing the dreams you have, even though I am no longer part of those dreams.

You have your freedom now Maria……

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Protected Classes

March 31, 2015

The following is a list from the Federal Govt of protected classes

Federal protected classes include:

  • Race.
  • Color.
  • Religion or creed.
  • National origin or ancestry.
  • Sex.- by executive order by obama in 2009, and then by the supreme court in 2013 by declaring DOMA unconstitutional.
  • Age.
  • Physical or mental disability.
  • Veteran status.
  • Genetic information.
  • Citizenship.

Before protected classes were created, everybody had the same equal rights but the DEMOCRATS up until 1964 did everything under the sun to keep blacks from recognizing their full rights as an American Citizen. From laws such as separate but equal laws, whites only laws, the KKK, voting restrictions, owning property.

gays and lesbians and transgender can not compare marriage to civil rights

the following things can be done to get the same benefits that married couples have that are not civil rights

The Social Security Administration can change rules administratively to allow a partner to receive benefits the same as a married couple after the death of the spouse by changing spouse to partner….

Medical decisions – the Health and Human Services can declare partner if so designated by the other partner to make medical decisions on medical forms valid….

All Federal Agencies can change rules administratively so that court cases are not needed and having a minority impose its values upon the majority.

marriage was encouraged by the residents of each state and benefits were given to the married couples to encourage procreation.

  • Right to benefits while married:
    • Employment assistance and transitional services for spouses of members being separated from military service; continued commissary privileges
    • Per diem payment to spouse for federal civil service employees when relocating
    • Indian Health Service care for spouses of Native Americans (in some circumstances)
    • Sponsor husband/wife for immigration benefits
  • Larger benefits under some programs if married, including:
  • Joint and family-related rights:
    • Joint filing of bankruptcy permitted
    • Joint parenting rights, such as access to children’s school records
    • Family visitation rights for the spouse and non-biological children, such as to visit a spouse in a hospital or prison
    • Next-of-kin status for emergency medical decisions or filing wrongful death claims
    • Custodial rights to children, shared property, child support, and alimony after divorce
    • Domestic violence intervention
    • Access to “family only” services, such as reduced rate memberships to clubs & organizations or residency in certain neighborhoods
  • Preferential hiring for spouses of veterans in government jobs
  • Tax-free transfer of property between spouses (including on death) and exemption from “due-on-sale” clauses.
  • Special consideration to spouses of citizens and resident aliens
  • Threats against spouses of various federal employees is a federal crime
  • Right to continue living on land purchased from spouse by National Park Service when easement granted to spouse
  • Court notice of probate proceedings
  • Domestic violence protection orders
  • Existing homestead lease continuation of rights
  • Regulation of condominium sales to owner-occupants exemption
  • Funeral and bereavement leave
  • Joint adoption and foster care
  • Joint tax filing
  • Insurance licenses, coverage, eligibility, and benefits organization of mutual benefits society
  • Legal status with stepchildren
  • Making spousal medical decisions
  • Spousal non-resident tuition deferential waiver
  • Permission to make funeral arrangements for a deceased spouse, including burial or cremation
  • Right of survivorship of custodial trust
  • Right to change surname upon marriage
  • Right to enter into prenuptial agreement
  • Right to inheritance of property
  • Spousal privilege in court cases (the marital confidences privilege and the spousal testimonial privilege)
  • For those divorced or widowed, the right to many of ex- or late spouse’s benefits, including:
    • Social Security pension
    • Veteran’s pensions, indemnity compensation for service-connected deaths, medical care, and nursing home care, right to burial in veterans‘ cemeteries, educational assistance, and housing
    • survivor benefits for federal employees
    • Survivor benefits for spouses of longshoremen, harbor workers, railroad workers
    • Additional benefits to spouses of coal miners who die of black lung disease
    • $100,000 to spouse of any public safety officer killed in the line of duty
    • Continuation of employer-sponsored health benefits
    • Renewal and termination rights to spouse’s copyrights on death of spouse
    • Continued water rights of spouse in some circumstances
    • Payment of wages and workers compensation benefits after worker death

all the above benefits, that heterosexual couples have by getting married the same can be conferred to gay and lesbian married couples just by having all federal agencies change rules and regulations administratively by changing spouse to partner or partners….

click on the link below

a young lady who was raised by two moms wrote she was against gay marriage