out-of-wedlock love

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  • And that's the story that we're not seeing, and it's unfortunate that we glorify and glamorize the idea of out-of-wedlock children.

    Mike Huckabee Criticizes Natalie Portman's Out-of-Wedlock Pregnancy

  • Just two weeks ago, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee called out pregnant Oscar winner Natalie Portman as glamorizing "the idea of out-of-wedlock children."

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  • Huckabee lashed out on the "The Michael Medved Show," a conservative talk radio show, saying, "It's unfortunate that we glorify and glamorize the idea of out-of-wedlock children."

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  • It's unfortunate that we glorify and glamorize the idea of out-of-wedlock children.

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  • Man's Massive Global Impact: A Look At The Anthropocene Epoch In National Geographic PHOTOS It's unfortunate that we glorify and glamorize the idea of out-of-wedlock children.

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  • Man's Massive Global Impact: A Look At The Anthropocene Epoch In National Geographic PHOTOS Star Power Success: Berkshire Hathaway Stock Rises When Anne Hathaway Makes Headlines It's unfortunate that we glorify and glamorize the idea of out-of-wedlock children.

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  • The stigma against out-of-wedlock children has by now largely dissolved in working-class communities — more than half of all new mothers without a college degree are unmarried.

    How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America

  • He ticked through the reasons: employment was up, murders and out-of-wedlock births down; educational attainment was rising, and poverty less common than at any time since 1967.

    How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America

  • The stigma against out-of-wedlock children has by now largely dissolved in working-class communities — more than half of all new mothers without a college degree are unmarried.

    How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America

  • By the time the average out-of-wedlock child has reached the age of 5, his or her mother will have had two or three significant relationships with men other than the father, and the child will typically have at least one half sibling.

    How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America

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