- Didn't You Forget Me? A Queer Black Feminist's Analysis of the Black Marriage Debate Taja Lindley examines some of the racial disparities in the way women's marriage rates are discussed (she mentions that white women over 30 seeking a marriage get a TV series (Sex in the City) while black woman get labeled as a crisis. She then goes on to ask how black women are getting lumped together as one monolith and if anyone has examined whether these women want to get married . . . or if they're even heterosexual.
- Sex By Numbers: Of Two Minds Molly Ortberg's post at EcoSalon analyzes some of the conflicting data (including from this Gallup poll) about marriage and morality from survey data.
- Is marriage finally obsolete? Let's hope so. Maya at Feministing reflects on some of the positive interpretations of the recently released Pew data on marriage in America.
- Then, of course, there's plenty of people talking about the gay veteran who took Romney to task about gay marriage rights.
Any other marriage thoughts on your mind?