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Redefining Marriage Sign of a Lost Society

John 2000 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 12:14 PM
Same-sex "marriage" is really an oxymoron. From antiquity marriage has always been the union of two different genders and no philosopher since antiquity has ever advocated such a ridiculous notion. It's like claiming that girls should now be allowed to be boy scouts. All same-sex "marriage" will do is redefine natural marriage out of existence. For instance how about a little incest added to the mix? Is there any reason now that two brothers should not be able to marry each other ? Or why shouldn't a so called bisexual be allowed to marry both a man and a woman? And how about redefining other terms associated with marriage. We all know how two heterosexuals consummate a marriage. So how do two lesbians consummated a marriage?
John248 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 12:24 PM
I enjoyed reading this response. I have taken note that while the subject of whether or not homosexual marriage should be or not be. The ways in which homosexuals "do it" is still very much taboo in most conversations.
Jack2894 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 12:17 PM
I would like very much to know how allowing same sex marraige will redefine "natural" marriage out of existence. CAn you explain that?
Patriot155 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 12:22 PM
If same sex marriage is deemed "equal" than the marriage between a man and a woman is no longer natural, they are both the same.
Jack2894 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 12:27 PM
Yeah, I see that, but I dont' see how it has been redefined out of existence. Are you saying I am no longer maried to my wife?

One significant development in the recent election was votes in four states approving same sex marriage initiatives. Until now, all previous state referenda to approve same sex marriage – 32 of them - failed.

The Wall Street Journal editorial page – a place where conservatives usually turn for intellectual capital – saw this as cause for celebration.

According to the Journal, marriage definition should come from voters, not from court orders. Americans, they argue, have “shown themselves more than capable of changing their views on gay marriage the democratic way.”

In other words, our definition of marriage should follow process, not...