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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rebecca Probert
The business of monarchy has always been stacked in favor of men. Not any more _ or so the British government promises.
The business of monarchy has always been stacked in favor of men. Not any more — or so the British government promises.
Probert said it's important "to have a clause in there confirming that monarchs are able to marry in the same ways that are open to their subjects."
"They might decide in the interests of time to stick to the single issue of gender and leave the rest to a more convenient time — which tends to be never," she said.