Monday, November 14, 2005

An Excellent Post on Gay Marriage by Lawrence Auster

Lawrence Auster discusses how gay marriage (or its equivalent) really does impact heterosexual marriage.

The fact of the matter is, as I see it, is that when the left argues that gay marriage will not impact traditional heterosexual marriage, they are not so much being naive, or ignoring the issue of "marginal cases," as Jane Galt suggests. Rather, they have no respect for traditional heterosexual marriage, do not really care if it becomes obsolete, and so don't think that gay marriage will have "much of an impact" because they regard traditional marriagfe as so expendable that they don't see itas "much of an impact" if traditional marriage were to virtually disappear altogether.

That is all.

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