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James88 Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:13 PM
Explain to me how "gay" marriage is not an equal right. Heterosexuals would still have the right as homosexuals would. Heterosexuals can marry anyone of the same sex, of their choosing. Or, if they prefer, they can marry someone of the sex they are attracted to; the hetersexuals can.
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Distorting Numbers on Gay Identity

James88 Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:08 PM
What if the government only recognized marriages between an individual and someone of the same race? Sure, you could say that this would limiting marriage, but you'd still have the same right to marry someone of the same race as anyone else would have. You may think this metaphor is not applicable, because interracial opposite-sex couples can procreate with each other's genes. Fine, I grant you that, but it doesn't change my point. My point is that segregated equality is a misnomer. It's only equal through an unequal prism. Also, why does a majority determine what human rights are? Expanding an institution does not change the original institution. The original institution exists. It's just complimented by a simliar institution
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Distorting Numbers on Gay Identity

James88 Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 12:57 PM
Being attracted to more than one type of person does not mean you cannot settle with only one type of person. You might find Raven Hairs and brunettes very attractive, but that does not mean you have to enter a plural marriage with a woman of both of those hair colors. Why isn't this logic applied with attraction to multiple sexes?
Planned Parenthood's own website says that its Dallas affiliate provides abortion services. http://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center/findCenter.asp
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