It’s Complicated: Facebook Adds New Relationship Statuses

17 Feb

Some of you may have noticed a little change on the relationship status section of facebook!

If you look at your facebook, you’ll see that the two new statii that are possible are “In a domestic partnership” or “in a civil union.” Prior to today, the only options were: single, in a relationship, married, engaged, it’s complicated, in an open relationship, widowed, separated, and divorced.

Apparently the new fields are being rolled out in the U.S. and several other countries, including Canada, France, the U.K., and Australia, starting today.

This comes just a few months after facebook co-founder Chris Hughes announced his engagement to partner Sean Eldridge; political director for Freedom to Marry.

One Response to “It’s Complicated: Facebook Adds New Relationship Statuses”

  1. Rick February 21, 2011 at 5:33 am #

    I am going to let you homosexuals in on a little secret, you will get your way here on earth. You will get your rights as you say. The Bible predicts it, but it also says you will burn in the lake of fire. I don’t wish that on anyone.
    Would you consider it hatred if I raised my voice at my child to STOP if he was about to run into a street and die. Would that be classified as hateful or love?
    I do the same for all homosexuals. The sad truth is that you won’t know if I am right until you step into eternity. I wish you would at least take this time to ask God if He would show you He exist. I believe if you seriously ask, you will get a answer. Matthew 7:7

    In His amazing love,
    Rick

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