As compared to the far more common, and widespread practice of polygyny, yes it is.<quoted text>
Polyandry wasn't rare, but common in ancient Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome, Japan, South America, North America, and some parts of China and India.
Not all of them were recognized as marriage, certainly not on the same level as conjugal, husband and wife, marriage. SSM, despite scattered historical examples, is virtually a modern western invention. It has no deep, cross time, cross culture, sustained, historic roots. If it did, there be no need for this debate, it would already exist, and be part of our culture.Also, in Japan, Greece, and Rome, homosexual unions were considered more noble than heterosexual unions(I think a union is honorable if it's based upon love and trust. This is just how they felt). In many Native American cultures, people who were gay were considered to be "two-spirited" and were viewed with reverence, as were their unions. Idk why you're saying these unions weren't recognized as marriage when in these places and at these times, heterosexual unions were more viewed as nuisances that were necessary for heirs, trade, and contracts.
A veggie patty is created to look like a hamburger, even called a "burger", but its not. It bears the appearance of a hamburger but that's it. My point is, SSUs differ in form, and function. It's not an issue of "as good as", which, I don't understand the intent.I have no idea where you're going with the veggie burger analogy. I guess youre saying that gay unions aren't as good as hetero unions?
You're making a value judgement, while ignoring the difference in form and function, between the two, opposite sex, and same sex, unions.If so, you don't really know what you're talking about. I know gays that are in incredibly loving relationships, and I know heterosexual people who cheat all the time. It's not about the sex of the person. It's about the character of that person.
I'm a married man with children. So anything goes? Is that it? Why is it "judging people" to oppose redefining legal marriage?. Idk why you would seek to bring people down just because they're not being like you(I'm going to assume you're a guy like me, who likes girls). Get over it, and stop judging people like that. It's not your life, it's not your problem, so it's not your decision
"Sexual discrimination"? Advocating for gender segregated marriage is not discriminatory? Please explain..I'd like to also say that your blatant ignoring of the sexual discrimination at place here is silly.