Eric said on Facebook that you two are married. We need you to confirm that you are, in fact, married to Eric.
To confirm this relationship request, follow the link below:
It made me wonder: do people going around "spousing" those they are not married to?
Could I "spouse" a bunch of friends to make a simultaneous stand for marriage equality, and for polyamory?
If FB allows same-sex couples to spouse each other, is FB implicitly making a stand for same-sex marriage? Have opponents of same-sex marriage realized this, and if so, will they start to boycott Facebook?
Does the legal definition of marriage in the state or country where a user is based determine who they can "spouse"?
In a country that allows polygymy, would men be able to spouse more people than in a country that does not?
Who needs the New York Times Weddings section when you've got Facebook??? Not only is there waaaay more information on our FB pages than in the genteel bios of the Style section, but now my far-flung friends also know of our new status.