A liberal democracy respects and protects diversity and individual lifestyle choices. We stand for individual freedom, self-determination and equal opportunities for all genders, lifestyles and ways of life. Yet, current Swiss family law primarily prescribes a traditional family model: through the joint taxation of married couples, the tax system upholds an economic and value model that is no longer in line with the diversity of lifestyles: working and single parents are often disadvantaged. Our legal system should not privilege certain lifestyles over others - be it in the form of relationships, taxation or the choice of family model. All forms of relationships and family models based on mutual consent, regardless of whether they are same-sex or opposite-sex, inside or outside of wedlock, should be enabled in equal measure. The compatibility of work and family life must be improved so that equality effectively can be reached in a relationship. Finally, equal opportunities for all genders, which have been enshrined in the Constitution, must be implemented, both in everyday life and at work. We demand marriage equality - with all the rights and duties associated with it (including adoption rights, access to reproductive medicine, family reunification and facilitated naturalisation) and the creation of a legally regulated domestic partnership that is equally open to all who chose it. Wen want/need/demand a freely divisible parental leave and individual taxation. The constitutional mandate, according to which the law must ensure legal and actual equality, must be fully enforced. Men and women are entitled to equal pay for work of equal value.