Domestic Partners Get Shut Out of Senior Activities

Domestic Partners Can't Use Amenities At Over 55 Living Communities.
By: On Call PR
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. - Dec. 15, 2022 - PRLog -- Okay, how dumb is this? We've lived, more or less, together 34 years and my domestic partner (let's call him "John") -- pays the lion's share of the living expenses but he can't use the clubhouse alone. Go to a show unescorted. Drive through the fast lane to get into our piece of paradise. The worst thing yet, he is a champion pool player but can't go to play without a friend – UNLESS HIS NAME IS ON THE DEED.

I say it is none of your business whether John purchased the place for me, or not. John doesn't want his name on the deed for a variety of legal reason. This is our place, but only in my name.

Hello, every antiquated 55+ senior living community, stop this nonsense! We can't enjoy the community fully unless joined at the hip? I don't want to stand around when John plays pool, card games and, yes, even ping-pong.

News media – let's get this antiquated rule put to death. Domestic partners must RISE UP and take what is theirs – the right to remain separate but together. It is probably going to happen anyway as this is becoming a much more common living situation.

Let's get a state ordinance passed.

(Shared by Anonymous)

NOTE: What is the percentage of cohabiting couples? In the 1970s, only a tiny fraction of the U.S. population—less than half a percentage (0.2%)—lived as cohabitating romantic partners at any given time. Today, that number is about 15% in the 18-34 age bracket (Gurrentz, 2018).


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