No, because the couple is still husband and wife.<quoted text>
Are you willing to have the following marriages annulled:
--Marriages involving elderly couples who are incapable due to age or medical problems to engage in reproductive intercourse
No, because the couple is still husband and wife.--Marriages involving one or both members who have a mental impairment (depression, PTSD, anxiety/panic, etc.), keeping them from consummating for reproductive purposes.
No, because the couple is still husband and wife.--Marriages involving one or both members who have physical problems that impair them from engaging in intercourse for reproductive purposes. Examples would include war injuries, diabetes, various cancers, etc.
No but it does provide certain grounds for annulment.By the way, annulment happens when a married person seeks to have their marriage ended. The government doesn't go on witch hunts looking for marriages to be annulled.
Nor does it require a statement of orientation indicating attractiveness , or lack there of, to the other party.As with a couple's reproductive intentions, the government doesn't hand out marriage certificates based on a full physical and psychological examination indicating that both people seeking a license are capable of consummating their marriage.
Then petition the state to have any, and all references to sex, sexual intercourse, removed from the books.Bottom line, it's just another distraction. None of your business what goes on in a legally married couple's bedroom. Just move along.
Me too....you keep insisting there's no differences between SSCs, and OSCs, that somehow every aspect of marriage jurisprudence applies to SSM.I know how hard that it is for you to keep yourselves out of other people's affairs, but try to.
With your fascination with anal sex and Pietro's fascination with reproductive consummation, you guys are beginning to creep the rest of us out.