No it is not. If it were there then every species on world other than human would be extinct. In fact marriage is purely a human invention. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights clearly lists the right to marriage as a basic human right. As far no procreation leading to no marriage... well everyone would be dead so of course that is true. What I think you wish were also true would be the claim that without marriage there would be no procreation. Clearly that is false as unwed mothers have always and will always exist.<quoted text>
1. Marriage is a constraint on mating behavior. That means mating behavior is a deeper level. Moreover, marriage is a relational distinction directly related to mating behavior. Social scientists assert that if procreation did not result, marriage would not exist.
We all know how it works. What does the phrase 'abusively imitate intercourse' mean exactly? It sounds like you feel personally threatened when you think about gay people having sex. Why in the world would that be?<quoted text>
...2. Of course homosexuals can reproduce. IF they revert to a default heterosexual solution. As a couple, they are absolutely barren. In fact, where marriage needs protection NOT to reproduce, gays need protection just to abusively imitate intercourse.
I equated nothing first of all. Second what does violation of design mean anyhow? You think the anus can only be useful for one thing? Why it is so limited and the rest of your body is not? How many countless things can you do with your hands? Your mouth? Your feet? Your brain? I guess medicinal suppositories and rectal thermometers are forbiden design violators too? You sound like you fear anus or thinking of it. Why would that be exactly?<quoted text>
...3. Which brings us to anal sex, a violation of design. You attempt to equate inherent harm with risk. Very different.
Maybe you should!<quoted text>
...Look up mating behavior.
Here is what I found and note is says NOTHING about marriage:
> the act of seeking and pairing a male and female for reproductive purposes