Are you equally as offended when marriage is used to describe other kinds of unions, such as a "marriage between philosophy and psychology"? Or are you offended only when the term is applied only to two people of the same sex?
Btw, you've posted enough on this thread, so it appears that you DO care.
why bother with this conversation because it's ALL about the defense of same sex MARRIAGES which I will never agree with...
so make all the points you like........
man + woman = children THE NORM
without that equation we all become extinct
How many times to I have to tell you that I object to the coercive nature of the intent not the terms themselves?Are you equally as offended when marriage is used to describe other kinds of unions, such as a "marriage between philosophy and psychology"? Or are you offended only when the term is applied only to two people of the same sex?
Care about what?Btw, you've posted enough on this thread, so it appears that you DO care.
Newspeak, yes I do think that is something to be concerned about.
He has long had issues with women on this forum and likes to play the victim and get all dramatic whenever someone dares question him about any position he takes.
Just as this topic doesn't bother him and yet he's attempting to pontificate to others about what is normal and what is not.
To me ~ a marriage is based on a mutual, loving, and willing relationship between two adults who want to be together.
Viewing it as some kind of unwanted life sentence doesn't seem "normal" to me.
I don't think it's an unwanted life sentence by any means. But I do believe that marriage is defined by a man and a woman. It's always been that way. It is the norm as accepted by most people up until NOW.
I had no problem with using the terminology civil unions ( and I know that's my decision)...or whatever else they would choose. They would get all the benefits that a man and a woman have.
so now it doesn't take a man and a woman to make a baby ?
news to me...
please enlighten me Saint Ken....
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