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Category Archives: Gay Rights
However, any educated person has to acknowledge that every civilization has had some form of marriage between a man and a woman. Why is this, one might ask? How often do governments ask you to register your relationship with your grandmother? Your best friends? Your nieces, nephews and grandchildren? Why is this one relationship between a man and a woman so significant. Is love so important? Hardly. No government really cares to register your relationship, whatever it is, if it has nothing to do with anything but feelings. No, marriage is not about love. Marriage is about the one thing that distinguishes the relationship between a man and a woman that separates that relationship from any other. That is children.
Yes, the purpose of marriage is not the love, itself, but the consequences of heterosexual love…the jealousies, angers, affections and, yes, ultimately, the children that invariably result from heterosexual love. Marriage registers the children, determines their heredity and bloodlines, determines their inheritance from their family and determines, for as long as the records exist, from where this individual came. Marriage records the comings and goings of a civilization and, for that reason, is the foundation stone of that civilization. Destroy marriage, and you destroy that civilization, much as if the mortar that holds the bricks of your house is not securely set, it will erode away and your house will eventually come down. Continue reading
I always hesitate to post a gay-marriage article, because of the fact that so much of this debate is driven by prejudice, and so little by actual fact. What has disturbed me, of late, is the number of Conservatives who, … Continue reading
I have been arguing the issue against gay marriage for a long time. I have nothing against gays, I have nothing against gays living together, raising children, having a wonderful life…but it is my firm opinion that marriage is for … Continue reading