What part of my statenent.....<quoted text>
I have friends that are married that cannot have children, now you want to deny their rights as well?
.....was unclear, or false?The bottom line is sex between men and women makes babies.
Again what was unclear or false about that statement?I also know an older couple who are getting married that have no intention of having children, now you want to deny their rights to marry as well?
I think you mean conjugal marriages of husband and wife.I didnít realize just how far you Prop 8 supporters were willing to go, to rip asunder millions of marriages even by straight people, or am I misunderstanding you and marriage has nothing whatsoever to do with having babies?
Sigh..... marriage is about the sexes, both of them, what they do, have sex, and what that sex makes, babies. Not every marriage can, or will either have sex, and/or make babies. That doesn't change human reproduction and marriage as a societal means of regulating that, and sex between men and women. Men and women, regardless of procreational ability, and/or intention to have sexual relations, and have married. Why would it change now?Because if it has nothing to do with having babies then we can dispense with that entire line of arguments.
Which is it?
1 Marriage is specifically only for people who are going to have babies
2 The intention of having babies has nothing to do with the right to marry
One or the other please and then we can continue to discuss this