Monday, October 11, 2004

Gay Marriage, Part 2

Several people have posted comments about my version of a marriage amendment, pointing out that such an amendment would no longer make heterosexual marriages automatically respected when spouses travelled across state lines. That's my point exactly. Why should heterosexual marriage be given preference over homosexual marriage? If states want to have their own marriage laws, then they need to actually enforce them rather than just automatically privileging heterosexuals.


Palooka said...

Heterosexual marriage has proven its utility over thousands of years of human history, gay marriage hasn't.

Anonymous said...

Heterosexual marriage isn't the only kind of marriage shown in history. Gay marriage has also shown in history, in places like North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Take the time to look it up as i'm sure you just decided gay marriage wasn't found.