To their point however it isnít the LGBT community they are worried about. They are asking why they personally cannot determine for all future generations what they are allowed to do and not allowed to do regardless of what those future generations may believe<quoted text>
Those who are fighting for same-gender marriage recognition have drawn the line at just that. To my knowledge, no major group in the LGBT community is promoting plural marriage. And I'm 100% certain that no one is promoting incest.
That is where we in the LGBT community are drawing the line.
You and I really donít know what they may find acceptable.
The answer is of course, that we donít, we are not tyrants that can make all decisions for all future generations today
They would like to do that... they arenít going to be able to
For all we know future generations may be fine with poly ( that could happen in this generation ), or with incest Ö but that is up to them, not up to us.
The problem with their argument it that only frightens their own constituency, it does not frighten anyone else.