Thanks, grammar police, for correcting my mistake. But the point still stands, and it's neither an attack on his rites or his rights. Who ever said anything about forcing religious organizations, opposed to same gender marriage, to marry same gender couples? Certainly not me. As far as I'm concerned they can marry or not marry whomever they choose. Is it in any way impeding his ability to enter into a sacrament/contract with a person of the opposite gender?5 months ago
Except it's neither moral or mental. It's genetic. And 6000 years of traditional marriage isn't anything of the sort. Marriage as we know it today was an invention of the late middle ages in the west. It's been everything in between in the last 6000 years.
What business is it of yours or mine If someone wants the marry someone of the same gender? The most important environmental factor for raising children is a loving and stable environment to develop in.
One of the big problems in this country is everyone seems to want a say in what others are allowed to do. Honestly. So long as they're not infringing on your rites. It's none of your business.5 months ago