Your condition of infertility is so low, the government doesn't address it. You are using that to allow a relationship that 100% infertile.
Actually you just did a gay twirl diversion (lied) to avoid the point. Gay couples are 100% infertile.
Your percentage of 'impaired' fecundity is incorrect and exaggerated.
Your percentage of gays/bi's is also incorrect and exaggerated even more.
Perhaps that is why you didn't simply reference your point???
Gay couples have every right to establish their own relationship rights, just like married people did years and cultures ago.
Kind of makes you wonder why it has taken so long everywhere for that to happen anywhere...
You 'adjusted' the term on fertility. There is a difference between infertility (your word), and the words used in the study,'difficulty with fertility'.<quoted text>
My reference to infertile couples came from the CDC. I'm sure they are lying. Look it up.
Also, ABC reported this last year that there are an estimated 9 million people (4% of the US population) who identify as homosexual, bisexual or transgender...Which is a lower percentage than what I initially stated. But I'm sure they lied as well.
Of course, to you anything anyone says is a moot point, because you are a bigot. Does it make you feel like you are smart to put "smirk" at the bottom of every post you make? Because it really just makes you look like an arrogant, close-minded fool who is out of touch with reality.
I agree fully with GLBT being 4%. You said 4 to 12% gay. Significant difference...
You failed to answer my question. Why has gay 'marriage' failed so miserably to establish itself and spread. In any culture. Anywhere. At any time. I know, what about right now? Less than 30 years in human history is less than a second. I suspect homosexuality will be cured before this goes anywhere. It it isn't cured, the historical record has been failure very quickly.
Hardly a bigot. I am a redeemed cynic who remains barbarian.
I sink the knife of reality to the hilt into the belly of denial and deceit and twist it with a smirk.
I have spent my life addressing denial personally and professionally. I'd love to hear an honest assessment of where I am 'close minded'.
I mean Smirk.