1. Marriage isn't about evolution?Marriage isn't about evolution. Marriage is about marriage.
Any two heterosexual people can (and do) have offspring all of the time.
Kimare's argument that a marriage certificate--a piece of paper--is needed to keep males from spreading their seed is ridiculous.
In the wild, in fact, it's more advantageous for the strongest male to spread his genes to as many different females as possible. This results in a greater number of stronger offspring.
So, his "one-man, one-woman" argument is not based on evolution. It's based on man-made morals and values that have no basis in science.
And ultimately, it has no impact on same-gender marriage; which is about legal equality.
Marriage has nothing to do with evolutionary mating behavior?
Marriage has no correlation to procreation?
2. Of course heterosexuals have offspring outside of marriage.
To the immediate and devastating consequences for the child.
3. I made no such claim about a 'piece of paper'. Marriage is a cross cultural constraint on evolutionary mating behavior. It does not need a 'piece of paper'.
4. I did not base my one man/one woman on evolution. I based it on the cross cultural 'constraint' of marriage. That means marriage restricts the drive of evolutionary mating behavior primarily for the sake of the child.
Social scientist surmise that marriage would not exist if it were not for the desire of humans to maintain contact with their child and pursue that child's best interests.
5. Legal equality is not possible, since gay couples are a direct defective contradiction to evolution's primary goal. Literally 'unmarriage'!
However, legal rights for gay couples are available through other means without imposing an imposter relationship on marriage.
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