<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> But if you feel slighted because minorities, homosexuals, and women still think there are strides to be made in terms of equity, perhaps you need to think about how good you have it in comparison. <p><hr></blockquote><p> If someone says this is too PC I am going to body slam your post. OK. Just a warning. What NK posted is what we aspire to think after we have evolved and pulled our heads out of our ass. Darwin said so. If you don't believe in Darwin then stick your head back up you ass but please stop posting as it must be difficult to post with cloven hoofs.<br><br>If anyone claims this an ad hominem attack I plead innocence. Generalities only. <br><br>
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[color:blue]But the institution of marriange was created to support the idea of family - creating and raising children.</font color=blue><br><br>From a religious viewpoint, maybe (although I don't recall ever hearing mention of childbearing in the traditional Christian marriage vow, for example); from a civil/legal standpoint you are incorrect ... it's legal to be married and not have children. It's legal to have children -- to conceive and/or to raise -- without getting married. Legally, neither is a requirement for the other. So the argument that marriage is all about birthing babies kind of falls flat on the legal side of things ...<br><br>Even if it was valid, lesbians can certainly give birth, so I guess that means marriage is okay for them, right? Looks like gay men are the big losers in this game ;-)<br><br>***matt<br><br>Turn up the signal, wipe out the noise ...
[quote[ Looks like gay men are the big losers in this game ;-)<br> [/quote] Except for those burdensome health care costs associated with birthing babies. Hey wait, most of these gay men have jobs so they are paying into an HMO and they re getting screwed. (Sorry, beating horse. Dead horse.)<br><br>
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