It doesn't make any sense to redefine marriage either.<quoted text>
No, slippery slope arguments hardly ever make sense. They are just a desperate attempt to deflect attention away from a flawed argument.
"The definition of marriage is changing."? Really?The definition of marriage is changing. No laws are being broken, just expanded. Whether or not YOU like it is irrelevant. Keep up or get left behind, you're not that important to the bigger picture.
Are men still men?
Women still women?
Still two sexes?
Human reproduction is still sexual?
Hey it worked for the mayor elect of NYC. Or......Or....you can marry a lesbian (assuming one would ever have you), she won't love you and your advances will be abhorrent to her. Doesn't sound like anybody will be having any fun, but if that's what you really want, go for it;0)
Sheryl Swoopes, who came out as a lesbian to much fanfare in 2005, is now engaged to marry a man. Mechelle Voepel of ESPN uncovers the news and says she first learned of Swoopes' new relationship status last autumn. She writes in a recent piece on Swoopes turning 40:
Yet when Swoopes' agent mentioned to me last fall that Swoopes was "in a different situation" now, it wasn't difficult for me to guess what she was referring to. Swoopes was no longer in a relationship with a woman. She was in a relationship with a man whom she'd known for some time.
Swoopes didn't seem to want to have -- for lack of a better way to put it -- a "coming out as straight again" interview. She wasn't renouncing homosexuality or saying she wished she hadn't said what she did in 2005. But the fact remained that she was no longer in a same-sex relationship.
A lot of people are going to be confused by this, but it shouldn't come as a huge surprise. Even in 2005, Swoopes seemed uncomfortable labeling herself a lesbian after being married to a man and having a child with him. Some will use this to "prove" that being gay is just a choice. I already got this email from a lovely woman named Cherri Moore: