ScienceSquid Wrote:
Mar 28, 2013 12:28 PM
"MR. OLSON: It was constitutional when we -­as a culture determined that sexual orientation is a characteristic of individuals that they cannot control" Except some people do control it. Some people experiment, mostly women, going back and forth. But what does an inability to control attraction have to do with redefining marriage? I am attracted to sixteen different women, but I cannot marry them all - notwithstanding that they don't want to marry me ;). But why does marriage have to be redefined to allow equal protection under the law. A simple law, spelling out a simple contracts between two - or perhaps more - consenting adults should handle this whole thing. Next!