Expectation? Sure.<quoted text>
However there is a cultural, social, historical, and religious expectation of mating within marriage. Let's. OT forget the legal marital presumption of paternity.
Requirement? Nope. Never. Nada. When women that have had hysterectomies are denied from entering into marriage, then this might be an argument. Right now, it isn't. There is no requirement to mate or to procreate when one enters into marriage. And the participants entering into marriage are not obligated to meet the "expectations" of other people outside the marriage.
No, it isn't a requirement of marriage. Any kind of sex. Perhaps you are aware of people paid for by our government that have the job of verifying that married people have performed coitus!!<quoted text>
Is sex a requirement, the coital kind, not crossing swords?
Marriage is defined as a union, a ceremony, and an institution. That definition isn't altered in anyway when the participants are the same gender. Your "redefinition" is a work of fiction.<quoted text>
Its about the definition of marriage in the state of California.
You might try a reading comprehension class. No where did I sate they are not linked or remotely connected. What I stated was that one is not a requirement. Which it still isn't.<quoted text>
Awwwww....that's so cute Jonah the Glibtee Whale....is trying to convince us that mating and marriage are not linked or even remotely connected.
Oh, and P.S., there is no whale in the biblical story of Jonah. Again, you might trying a comprehension class.
Not sure what all this babbling is about. You might look into meds.<quoted text>
he'll try and convince us that sex between men and women doesn't make babies. The stork brought him....no wait...too bland....I know a brightly colored parrot...yeah that makes sense.