Originally Posted by Dropdwaas
Its legal here in Holland
In the netherlands you can get married with a person of the same sex, or of the opposite sex. It's your choice.
You could also go for the "living together agreement" (LTA)
This is a legal document made by what americans would call a lawyer.
It can also be a document that you made yourself, describing what you have and what your rights will be when there is trouble.
A LTA could arrange for a female to get the pension of a boyfriend, might he die or so.
I don't get all this talk about the sacred marriage, because how I see it, there's not too much people who take that seriously.
In the netherlands, they also had a flash divorce
You where married, went to a lawyer to have the marriage transfered into a LTA. The next day the LTA could be made undone without problems.
Iirc that is now no longer possible.