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France Trades Free Speech for a Genderless Society

rfinney Wrote: Jan 05, 2013 2:01 PM
There would also be no need for legislation regarding either censorial laws or, what may be even worse, laws of requirement, inasmuch as the current foundation for such laws will have been removed. It is my hope that my fellow citizens (and the good people of France) would urge their representatives to pass such legislation as soon as is humanly possible.
Melia-Aneta Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 12:28 PM
(I'll likely regret this, but it seems apropos here...)
And just how would you propose to effect this "production of children" when there is no zygote? (Look that one up if it confuses you).

When a society’s laws recognizing marriage as the union of one man and one woman are changed to honor the unions of same-sex couples, it’s not just the law that changes—it’s also the society itself that changes. A top-down metamorphosis begins in which every aspect of public law changes to match the new definition of marriage.

Today, this is playing out in France with great clarity.

There, Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem is pressing Twitter to help control the speech of the people by censoring messages that run counter to the position of the French government.

In particular, Belkacem wants Twitter to...