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That is, unless you count my first boyfriend – José – who, in the second grade, long-distance collect-called me from Puerto Rico and got me in a lot of trouble with my dad. But I think it’s worth revisiting these concepts within the context of romantic or sexual relationships. And the way we practice our allyship in those contexts should reflect that.

So, whether you’re years deep in a charmingly fairy tale-esque romance with your beau or you’re just now firing up to dive into your first, here are seven things to remember as a white person involved with a person of color.

As in: Well, yes we do have issues, just as every other group or combination of groups has issues. I believe that if one couple’s inter-sex marriage is undermined by another couple’s same-sex marriage, then the first marriage wasn’t particularly strong to begin with.

We are also teachers, doctors, lawyers, dancers, writers, husbands, wives, same-sex partners, parents … Same-sex marriages don’t undermine marriage any more than same-race marriages do.

As a woman, I know that sometimes talking about gender with a male partner – even if he’s well versed in all things feminist – can feel exhausting.In 2009, a Louisiana Justice of the Peace who personally felt that interracial marriages were morally wrong was forced to resign because of his refusal to actually perform an interracial marriage.This, despite the fact that he was not prohibiting it - he just referred the ceremony to another JP who was willing to perform the ceremony.Pat Roberson had to give up his ordination in 88(or 92) when he ran for president This question could probably be rewritten a bit more succinctly: Are clergy allowed to refuse marriages that would be allowed under law?(My assumption is, yes, of course they can, as, for example, a Priest is under no obligation to marry two Jewish people--even though a justice of the peace may be.) In "Capitalism and Freedom," Milton Fried drew a distinction between "positive harm" and "negative harm." "Positive harm" consists of e.g. "Negative harm" would be passing by the river, seeing someone drowning and not offering to help. The civil rights laws are written so that no one can actively or "positively" interfere with the e.g. That might consist of the preacher standing outside the church and turning away guests so that the couple couldn't have a proper wedding ceremony.

As a woman, I know that sometimes talking about gender with a male partner – even if he’s well versed in all things feminist – can feel exhausting.

In 2009, a Louisiana Justice of the Peace who personally felt that interracial marriages were morally wrong was forced to resign because of his refusal to actually perform an interracial marriage.

This, despite the fact that he was not prohibiting it - he just referred the ceremony to another JP who was willing to perform the ceremony.

Pat Roberson had to give up his ordination in 88(or 92) when he ran for president This question could probably be rewritten a bit more succinctly: Are clergy allowed to refuse marriages that would be allowed under law?

(My assumption is, yes, of course they can, as, for example, a Priest is under no obligation to marry two Jewish people--even though a justice of the peace may be.) In "Capitalism and Freedom," Milton Fried drew a distinction between "positive harm" and "negative harm." "Positive harm" consists of e.g. "Negative harm" would be passing by the river, seeing someone drowning and not offering to help. The civil rights laws are written so that no one can actively or "positively" interfere with the e.g. That might consist of the preacher standing outside the church and turning away guests so that the couple couldn't have a proper wedding ceremony.

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