More from Andrew:
One of Andrew's readers asks:
when you talk about "social incentives for stable relationships" and ask questions like, "Do you think that straight men would be more or less socially responsible without the institution of civil marriage?" it sounds like an affront to the way of life I have freely chosen.
Too bad. These are legitimate questions and should be asked by sociologists, whether or not you don't like them being asked.
That is all.