Quoting ~Julie Blue Eyes~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Barfy McVomitron:</b>" it's still the gov't deciding who can ... [snip!] ... be allowed to have the same rights to hospital visitation, wills, child custody, divorce, child support, alimony and tge like"
(this is a good debate, I'm enjoying discussing this with you)
anywho, to outlaw biracial marriage (marriage not being a civil right and all) would be extremely unjust. when both/all adults are consenting then it shouldn't be anyone's concerns as to what their genes are. (I'm pro plural marriage as well). it's hard for me to draw a line to decide which adults are ok to marry, and which aren't. if it's a matter of religion, well most married couples I know are atheists. so the religion debate doesn't work. marriage is a spiritual commitment to your partner. so many people get divorced and act like marriage is a joke. I'm not sure why it'd be ok for them to marry and everyone be ok if they divorced, but a homosexual couple that does take the commitment seriously are placed lower than these serial marry- ers who make it a joke to say I do