Michael2502 Wrote:
Nov 26, 2012 2:09 AM
What bothers me so much about gay marriage is that in a perfect world, gay wouldn't exist. And therefore neither would gay relationships. So in sanctifying gay relationships, we are sanctifying what ought not to even exist. What have we come to, as rational beings, when we do such a thing as celebrate what ought not to exist? What have we come to when we elevate the imperfections of the human species to the same level as our perfections? Even the Special Olympics doesn't celebrate Down Syndrome, but what people can do in spite of having Down Syndrome. But gay marriage doesn't celebrate what people have done despite being gay, but *because* of being gay. It effectively celebrates being gay! Where's the sense in that? Have we lost our minds?