Increasingly, in my experience, marriage is desired by couples to show commitment to each other and nothing more. The only problem that i can see is that people who’re simply “married” right now, who want to keep it special and recognizably heterosexual, presumably so that their children won’t be left illegitimate, will have to apply to their church for re-consecration of their relationship, and the state just won’t care. There are already many more children in need of a home than we have willing homes to take them so procreation is not an issue for gay couples. We pass though many of these rites, for example attaining the age of 18, or 21, of entering the workforce, buying a home (if we are lucky enough).
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Gay shove throat quote. Disobey the law causes problems. Changes in sexual behaviour, liberal divorce laws, payments made encouraging women not to marry before having children and feminism promoting a view that marriage was an impediment to female life-style choices have all contributed to this decline. Which bit don’t you understand? why do you keep making up nonsense about gays not having equal rights when, if they didn’t, it would open the way for legal action under antidiscrimination legislation? The real definition of “marriage” today is about love, not about children. I’m not religious, i’m a 71 year old man that has been married for 46 years, with two children and five grand children and i agree wholeheartedly with the article. In all manors of structure. I am not bigoted and intolerant to your view.
Jensen’s argument that this can be compared to a poll support to capital punishment is blatantly untrue. Such a thing would discriminate against women, since a man can father a child until he is 100 or more, barring disease or sterilisation, whereas a woman, even with the modern marvel of ivf, has run out of eggs by the age of 50.