Monday, December 01, 2003

QUESTION
If, as Andrew Sullivan suggests, the connection between sex and marriage is a peculiar obsession of the right, and that same sex marriage advocates are all enlightened individuals who recognize that marriage is about more than sexual attraction, then why is the restriction against same sex marriages onerous at all? If marriage isn't about sexual attraction, then it seems like gay folks ought to be able to form these "friendships" with members of the opposite sex.

Looks like someone is trying to have his cake and eat it too.
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