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Spain Finds New Way to Push for Gender Equality

Who gets to name the baby? Credit: Getty Images
MADRID (AP) - Spain's reform-minded Socialist government wants to erase male bias in the country's double-barrel last names.
Spaniards have two last names, and unde...
Spain's reform-minded Socialist government wants to erase male bias in the country's double-barrel last names.

My Surname Doesn't Go With the Names I Like

Someone once told me that I need to keep my new last name in mind when picking baby names -- I shouldn't pick a name that ends with the same sound as my last name. Problem is, my last name is now Urban -- and there are so many names that I love that ...

More men taking their wives' last names

When I married the first time, I was quite young and didn't think twice about taking my husband's last name as my own. That's what a woman does when she marries, right? But when I married again nearly 20 years later, I didn't even consider taking my ...

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