Posts by Ann
|Sep 20, 2011||
NY Times writes about Unmarried and Single Americans Week|
The New York Times has a story by Tara Parker-Pope, “In a married world, singles struggle for attention.” Bella DePaulo’s new book, Singlism, is mentioned. I am one of over two dozen contributors to the book. Bella blogged about the NY Times article. Happy Unmarried and Single Americans Week! Ann Schranz, board member
|Dec 23, 2010||
Meet a board member: Kim Fox|
I first became interested in the work of the Alternatives to Marriage Project when I was in graduate school and working on my Sociology dissertation entitled, “A Family of One: Work-Life Balance in Single Person Households.” I was intrigued by the notion that people living alone had to struggle with boundaries between their time at… Read more.
|Dec 9, 2010||
Meet an AtMP board member – Alissa Wise|
As a rabbi I have a complicated relationship to marriage. On the one hand, I believe in the transformative power of ritual and want to facilitate meaning-making and connection whenever we are able to have it. We live in an uncertain world where opportunities for celebration should not be passed by, and certainly people making bold… Read more.
|Nov 25, 2010||
Meet an AtMP board member: Tom Amoroso|
I have been polyamorous since 1999, when the woman I was then dating introduced me to the word. I embraced the idea immediately, as I felt it was much more consistent with my way of being in the world than monogamy had been. I’d been monogamous during my marriage, and while I was faithful, I… Read more.
|Oct 25, 2010||
Meet an AtMP board member: Ann Schranz|
A few years ago, I attended the wedding of a co-worker. Every word of the service was in the Vietnamese language. The service was beautiful, but I missed most of its meaning because I do not speak Vietnamese. It seems to me that within a particular culture, marriage is like a language, having its own… Read more.