What women's lib? 70 percent of Americans think women should take spouse's name after marriage
Some 70 percent of the ... said the mailman would get confused and that society wouldn’t function as well if women did not change their name,” Hamilton says. Americans who feel that women should take their husband’s last name also tend to be ...
Why should married women change their names? Let men change theirs
And if family unity is so important, why don't men ever change their names? On one level, I get it: people are really hard on married women who don't change their names. Ten percent of ... legally required to take your husband's name.
Why Do Most Women Still Take Their Husband's Last Name?
"Why, in 2013, does getting married mean giving up the most basic marker of your identity?" asks Jill Filipovic in the Guardian today. "And if family unity is so important, why don't men ever change their names?" A name ... names or take our husbands ...
The claim that 98 percent of Catholic women use contraception: a media foul
The data listed in the Guttmacher report, meanwhile, referred to current contraceptive use among “sexually active women who are not pregnant, post-partum or trying to get pregnant ... only to married women, shows that 66.4 percent of all married ...
Changing Your Last Name: Survey Reveals How Americans Feel About Women, Men Changing Their Names
That's down from a record high of about 23 percent in the nineties. While the decision to change your last name ... on men and women changing their last names after marriage. More than 60 percent of people polled agreed that women should take their ...