It seems quite silly really. Deny heterosexual couples the right to get married? Not in this country. But aha! We could be headed there very shortly if definition is to be followed and conservatives are not to be questioned.
Dividing property is one of the most difficult aspects of any split. Judge Roderic Duncan suggests some unconventional ways to divide your property without involving the courts or lawyers such as, flipping a coin. Explains Duncan, "Flip a coin and have the winner divide up all the items into two lists. Do not break up sets of things, such as dishes and tables with matching chairs. The loser of the coin flip then chooses which list he or she will take; the remaining list belongs to the listmaker." But if that doesn't work there is also a link to a site that can help you understand the legal aspects of dividing your property.
Once the province of cheesy porn involving toy hand-cuffs and very tight cop uniforms, the phrase "You have the right to good sex!" should be legislation in Ecuador, a politician there says. Though her idea was eventually scuttled as being not appropriate for Ecuador's constitution, the female politician sparked debate in the deeply religious country.
Texas has had a law in the books making sex toy sales illegal. Something about lewdness, turpitude, etc. But that law was recently overturned by the 5th Circuit Court. They said that the 14th Amendment was some how infringed. Sex toys in Texas? Don't that beat all.