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The law, like the suburban American house, is designed to order a particular pattern of relationships, many of them oriented around the heterosexual nuclear family. For real people in contemporary circumstances to inhabit the house the law built, one has to find side doors and discreet corners, while the dominant space changes little and the façade remains unaltered. The two big L.G.B.T.-rights Supreme Court victories that came before Bostock—Windsor and Obergefell—did exactly that: they carved out a place for monogamous same-sex couples who want to marry (statistically, these are more apt to be white middle-class people like the plaintiffs) in the house of the American nuclear family.

Martha Gessen
The New Yorker
20 June 2014

Married same-sex couples wanted for interviews for a research project

Married Same-Sex Couples Wanted!!

What is marriage life like for same-sex couples in South Africa?  How do same-sex couples navigate everyday life? How was the wedding? Researching same-sex marriage!

  • Are you 18 years and older?
  • Are you in a same-sex relationship?
  • Are you married?

Do you want to participate in a research study?

Please contact me: Lwando Scott

E-mail: sctlwa001@myuct.ac.za

Phone: 079 113 7880

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