Originally Posted by Dagobahn Eagle
They're just as good a family as the rest of them, but because they didn't marry earlier, they didn't get the benefits of married people.
Ah, so this is where equality stops. A "good" couple, creating offspring, providing a stable and valuable home for their children, teaching them and take caring of them, and thus, in consequence, help to keep our species alife. And yet they are not getting the benefits of married people, while others, who are married without children, get them for no apparent reason but being married. Although
the aim of being married is all so often stated as creating offspring and founding a base for a new family, and that's why these benefits for married couples exist in the first place.