Johnny L. Wrote:
Dec 13, 2012 12:22 AM
Heterosexual relationships have the unique potential to produce children and the state thus has an obligation to provide carrots and sticks that encourage such couples to remain together even after they fall out of love. (There would be no need for incentives if they remained in love forever) It is for the sake of the children. But what reason is there to provide incentives for homosexual couples to remain together even after they fall out of love? Let homosexuals do what they want and call themselves what they want, but the state should not be subsidizing them through marriage or civil unions.