Gay marriage is touchy subject worldwide. A few countries allow it and a few US states allow something similar. This was a big year in gay marriage. And gay divorce. These are the biggest stories in gay marriage in 2007.
Divorce is always on everyone’s radar especially with 1 out of 2 marriages ending that way. There are a few new trends in divorce and a few good studies done in 2007. Here are the most important divorce trends of 2007.
Recent studies have shown that HIV/AIDs infections are becoming huge problems in China. The government is springing into action by launching campaigns to promote condom use.
A study was recently published in Canada about domestic decision-making. Most men think they have the final word. And so do most women. Most men also think that they compromise more than women. Clearly, there is some miscommunication or missed expectations here. Maybe they should throw down their stick, toss off their gloves, and have at it.
On bended knee is the way most people have gotten engaged. But some guys (or gals) really want to make it memorable. From the jumbotron (Wil U Mary Me, Mary?) to the diamond in the champagne glass (“uh, did you swallow that?”), we have the best and worst engagements and engagement trends of 2007.
A group in Japan called the National Chauvinistic Husbands Association has formed to combat divorce. Their method? Strengthening marriage by training husbands to be nicer.
Sure every year is the year of the quarterback. Johnny Football Hero has always dated the prom queen. And he always seems to wind up on top. Well this year was especially the case. From Tom Brady to Tony Romo, this year was pretty sweet for the big-time footballers.
Katherine Heigl was married as scheduled on Thursday the 20th of December to boyfriend, Josh Kelley. There were some other Grey's Anatomy cast members in attendance but no cold feet, shenanigans, or run-away grooms were reported. So it was really more like an episode of Chicago Hope.
In a move to keep military families together, the US Army is now allowing married couples to share quarters in Iraq. These couples are housed in a cluster of trailers that has been dubbed 'married row.' The hope is that this will ease some of the hardship on deployed couples and keep reenlistment rates strong.
After 7 years of separation and 2 years of divorce proceedings, Valerie Bertinelli and Eddie Van Halen are officially divorced. The two had been together since almost the beginning of Van Halen.