PARIS, Feb. 14 (UPI) -- Authorities in France say a civil union designed a decade ago for gay couples has become increasingly popular with heterosexual couples.
Heterosexual men and women see the Civil Solidarity Pact as halfway between living together and marriage, The Washington Post (NYSE:WPO) reported Saturday.
Hey, some people don't want god in their lives. When the Mrs. and I got married, a rabbi officiated though it wasn't a sanctioned Hebrew ceremony because of ... well ... heh ... me. We had the rabbi for my mother-in-law's benefit. Next year, we'll be married 20 years and it's gonna be a shindig with us retaking our vows before the Master of an ocean liner at sea. Nobody's god is getting an invitation.