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Just so you know, the words "male" and "divorce" are not generally capitalized in American English when listed as nouns - they aren't proper nouns. Please take note of this when editing. -- Captain MKB 22:18, May 25, 2011 (UTC)
I was aware of that. However, I capitalized those words out of a sense of creating some form of standardization. I noticed that several other pages (ones I had yet to edit) had capitalizations for several words in the Biography section, and I assumed that you (being a prominent, active member on this wiki) excused this as permissable, since you yourself had not corrected these anomalies. Thank you for clarifying your position, though. --QuantumAura5901 09:04, May 28, 2011 (UTC)QuantumAura5901