I’m delighted to announce that, as of April of 2015, I am now writing a monthly column for Unmarried Equality (UE), an advocacy group that has been “standing up for fairness and equal treatment of all people regardless of marital status since 1998.”
I’ll post the links to those columns here, with the most recent ones on top. At the UE site, the column is called “Bella’s Blog.”
Great Labor Market? Not for Single People
6 Married Therapists Spent 18 Months Confronting Their Own Biases Against Single Women
Israeli Scholar Calls for the Politicization of Singlehood
How Kindness and Customs Contribute to the Wealth Advantage of People Who Marry: The Example of Weddings
The Injustices of Unmarried Life Have Been Named, and the Terms Are Sticking
The “Premier Family Form”: Ideology, Shaming, and the Misleading Use of Science
New Survey Shows Openness Toward Diverse Family Forms. Will Nondiscriminatory Policies Follow?
Why Unmarried Women, More Often Than Married Women, Vote for Democrats: New Research Suggests a New Answer
Social Security Massively Favors Married and Previously Married People
The Myth that Married People Are Superior: Challenge It at Your Peril
Taxing Singles More Than Couples: It Is Hard to Find a Country with a Bigger Disparity than the U.S.
Comprehensive Unmarried Equality Must Include Parental Rights for Friends
A Victory for Unmarried Cohabiting Couples in a Time of Horrifyingly Discriminatory Proposals
Will Same-Sex Marriage Undermine One of the Best Things the LGBT Community Gave to the World?
Banning Adults without Children from Playgrounds: Disturbing Implications about the Place of Single People in America
How to Make Things Better for Unmarried Americans – with No Help Forthcoming from the Federal Government
What Unmarried Americans Want
How Unmarried Americans Fare as Home Buyers: Single Women, Single Men, and Unmarried Couples
How the Important People in the Lives of Unmarried Americans Are Shortchanged
We the Unmarried: Universities Just Aren’t into Us, and That Needs to Change
The Subversive Implication of Same-Sex Marriage that No One Predicted
Journalists and Social Scientists Glorify Married People. Will We All Look Back in Shame?
Why Is Marriage Still So Glorified When So Many People Are Not Married?
Beyond the Nuclear Family: New Policies and Practices Are Needed for the Way We Live Now
How the Washington Post (Almost) Published a Week of Respectful Articles about Unmarried Life
Unmarried Status Is a Diversity Issue
Unmarried Americans as Home Buyers and Home Creators
The Right to Be Single
Nuclear family privilege: Naming it and slaying it
Is Marriage a Greedy Institution?
Housing Discrimination Against People Who Are Not Married: What We Just Don’t Get
Now It’s Really Time for Unmarried Equality
3 Roads to Social Justice — For Lasting Change, We Must Follow Them All
The Global Struggle for Unmarried Equality: The Case of Finland
The Marriage Opportunists Are Coming – We Need to Be Prepared (In this first column, there were technical challenges at the UE site, so you can find this column with better formatting and all the links here.)