I did suggest a different form of documentation, just as you indicated. The response was…silence. I don’t have a problem with requiring documentation of being a couple. I have a problem with requiring *only one* form of documentation for being a couple. The advancement of equal access to marriage empowers people with the option to choose marriage. But Mint’s policy effectively takes away that choice or at the very least doesn’t support couples (gay or straight) who have chosen differently. It’s not right, it’s not current, and given that they espouse not wanting to “define families” on their website – it’s also completely hypocritical.