Kinds of Marriage?

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There are different kinds of marriage. They include a marriage between a man and a woman. This type of marriage can be performed in a church before a minister, a courthouse before a judge or public official, or any location that the couple chooses. The man and woman must sign a marriage certificate stating that they are legally married to each other. It is then filed with a Register of Deeds. Some states in the United States have approved gay marriage which is the marriage between one man and one man or between one woman and one woman. These marriages can also be performed in a church, courthouse, or in any location that the couple chooses.
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Kinds of Marriages
Love is not the bedrock for marriage in many cultures. For example, Fulbe women of Northern Cameroon deny loving their husband because it causes them to withdraw from the larger society that they depend on. William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania... More »
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