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Topic - Elizabeth Marquardt
Although Americans spend $50 billion a year on weddings, a large segment of the population is making an exodus from the institution, says a new report from a family-values think tank.
In the eyes of children, is it paramount that they were "planned" and "wanted"? Or does the family structure of their home matter more?
I don't know when the phrase "Disneyland Dad" was coined, but I saw one the other night.
And that is exactly the problem, said Elizabeth Marquardt, director of the Center for Marriage and Families at the Institute for American Values.
She said that although the Donor Look-a-Like service is purely a "marketing strategy," it wouldn't be necessary if it weren't for the clinic's assurance of anonymity to the donors.