And here we go around another familiar circus: remember the issue of consent?
What the Eiffel Tower you mean? Well, I mean the consent requirement is mainly to prevent marriage against a person's will so that wouldn't really be a problem... no, the Eiffel Tower fails down as a party to marriage because under existing laws the union has to be between one man and one woman.
I always thought that because laws are meant to guide/protect/enrich society, that laws somehow should have an element of empathy and fluidity — some malleable connective tissue to the people that constitute society. I gotta stop this foolish daydreaming, eh?
I suspect that as long as there exists fellows like KM who are inclined to be peeved by the mere thought of gay pride parades, there will be an equal and opposite reaction on the part of those individuals whose resolve only doubles when they encounter such intolerance... ergo, more parades.
If KM could only bring himself to chillax there'd be one less reason for a parade.
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