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Why Women Seek Other Women (Not Men!) ​As Life Partners As They Age

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Among today's most useful words is "partner." Without the stigma associated with using heterosexual pronouns like "wife" or "husband," it is easier to talk about homosexual marriage.   

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Even if "husband and wife" and "wife and husband" are perfectly acceptable, they may not resonate as much with a gay couple because they are rooted in the heterosexual society. Perhaps they do, though.  

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When I was younger, I thought "partner" was a lame term to use to describe a person's mate, regardless of marital status  

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thought it was more of a transitory phase phrase. It sounded too stuffy,   

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like "Hey, I became a partner at my law firm," and the word "partnership" seemed too formal, like a business term.  

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The proper moment, though, arrived to refine the term "partner," and today it appears to be the finest word ever. Ever.   

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You won't have to explain anything anymore, and your loved one will no longer be referred to as the terrible "significant other." Special someone? Can't he be "considered a participant in love arrangement" 

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Because "significant other" is thus overly broad, we have been looking for a more appropriate term.  

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