No man has even been asked to explain why he should get to keep his surname.
"Last Week Tonight" host recruits Michael Keaton, Bryan Cranston, Michael K. Williams and Richard Kind to take on the Sackler family.
The 11-year-old isn't related to Donald Trump, but he's still been bullied over his presidential surname.
The British royal family doesn't typically use a surname, but they do have one. 👑
A name change is surprisingly simple. Pick a name. Go to civil court. Fill out the Name Change Petition form and a Proposed
I was afraid our decision would look less politically progressive to queer identified friends or colleagues or that my African-American family would register an unequal power dynamic between us in deciding to take another (white) man's name.
After two years, I'm changing my last name back to Olson from LaFave. No, this isn't a story about divorce. I'm still happily married and building a company together with my husband. This is a story about equality.
If everyone got a quarter of Hillary Clinton's tree wrong, what about yours? Are the names adorning your family tree really your ancestors or just crowd-sourced fiction?
To me, as it would be for many other people, my name is my identity. If someone asks you "who are you?" the answer that you give is your first and last name. For me, my name is who I am.
When my boyfriend proposed I had a rogue thought that I never imagined could infiltrate my brain: I want to take his last name. Ack! ACK! Who am I, if not a feminist? Who am I, if not a Peterson?