That was Jason. He changed his profile picture to that of his blushing bride. He like to look at that picture when he logs on, so if you don't know what you are talking about then just please stop talking.
It has nothing to do with who wears the pants. They both wear the pants, they work together. The fact of the matter is this is the 21st century and people are suppose to be treated equally, which means everywhere not just in some instances. Any male has the right to take the females name when they are married if they so choose to, and it should not be any harder for the male than it is for the female. That is called discrimination and has no place in business such as DMV. The kids are not doing this to make you happy they are doing this to complete their family and I don't believe that anyone should be rude or disrespectful of that.
That is so wrong. Mr. Baize is a real southern individual who is a real man. This is not the first case in the south on the same issue. And for your information, not that it is any of your business, Mrs. Baize is from the north and you need to think outside the box instead of just posting things to make yourself feel important.
I don't agree. I believe it should be everyone's choice what they do when they get married, for any reason, regarding their own last name. If I choose to get married and keep my maiden name that is ok. If I choose to take my husbands last name that is ok. But the point of the matter is, it is my choice and men should have the ability to make that choice without all the red tape and bull they they are putting my family through. Mr. Jason SC Baize will get his name changed one way or another, but it is still bull that DMV is the only one stopping him from doing so.
Discrimination is anytime a person is allowed to do something as long as they of one sex. Male and females are to be treated equally. Conventionally over the years we are use to the female taking the males last name after marriage. There are people out there that like to be different and for my daughter and son-in-laws case it makes more sense for him to take her last name rather than changing the whole families last names. When he was told he had to take it to court that would have cost over $200 to get the same treatment that a women already receives. That is not fair, and should not be taking place. DMV has no right to discriminate against anyone of any sex for any reason. That would be like saying that a male can have driving privileges but only after 5 years of probational driving, when a female can just get a license without any other conditions. Discrimination is just that. NO FAIR TO ANYONE!
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