SAME-SEX PARTNERSHIPS

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Stonewell (2008)
Campaign for lesbian, gay and bisexual rights estimates that around 5-7% of the adult population have same-sex relationships.
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Jeffrey Weeks (1999)
Sees the growing normality of 'fictive families' as a reason for the increase in same-sex families. i.e that families can be based on friendship rather than blood ties.
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Kath Weston (1992)
Supports Jeffrey Weeks by suggesting that 'quasi-marriages' are becoming recognised by society as an alternative form of relationship.
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Duncan and Phillips (2008)
1 in 10 people are 'Living Apart Together' (LAT)
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Sees the growing normality of 'fictive families' as a reason for the increase in same-sex families. i.e that families can be based on friendship rather than blood ties.

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Jeffrey Weeks (1999)

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Supports Jeffrey Weeks by suggesting that 'quasi-marriages' are becoming recognised by society as an alternative form of relationship.

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1 in 10 people are 'Living Apart Together' (LAT)

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