Well hello Rose, I had a hunch we might meet again, come via? How's going?<quoted text>
Because that's discrimination......marriage is not about slot a going into slot b, the State DOESN'T care if the couple can have children, want children, will NEVER have children and that has been proven in many court cases already......itr you that keeps wanting to define marriage on the narrowest terms, instead of it being inclusive, you want it to remain EXCLUSIVE and you are already losing that battle.........allowing Gay and Lesbian couples to marry is NOT harming heterosexuals or their marriages in anyway.......my marriage has NO affect on your marriage........and to say it does just because of how you want to define it......a compelling enough to the State to deny the right to marry.!!!
Anyway, the problem with the "what harm does it do if we allow (_________ to marry", is that at some point, marriage becomes pointless. Two lesbians? Okay. Two gay men, okay. A man and a woman, okay, two brothers, okay. Two sisters, okay, one man and several women, okay. Etc.is any and all combinations acceptable as long as the adults are consenting? If inclusion is the objective, no reason to deny any combination.