If gays can be married and the religious said it's all yours and adopted sealings for the union of a man and wife. Would gays want that too?
I think that if they were of a religious sect that utilized some form of ritual to sanctify marriage such as the LDS sealings you refer to, and if they had any self-respect, then they would.
Otherwise their continued belief in that particular religious system would indicate that they themselves believed themselves and their love for each other as somehow "less than" the love and commitment of straights. Don't you think so?
i think 10 years from now we will look back on posts like this and think how antiquated they sound. no one will care because there are real, grave issues facing the world. there are tons of straight people who are horrible parents and sorry excuses for life partners.
by Wonder_Woman 8 years ago
why is it really such a big deal to be gay? or to for gays to marry? why is it so complicated?
by Elizabeth 2 years ago
How does legalized gay marriage "ruin" or affect a heterosexual one?One of the most common arguments against gay marriage is that legalizing gay marriage will somehow minimize or ruin heterosexual marriages. Admittedly, this is one of the stupidest arguments out there, but it is one...
by AuthorSteve 6 years ago
Why are catholic pastors not allowed to marry, whereas protestant pastors are?
by Peeples 6 years ago
Why does the government get to determine who is allowed to marry?Since all of the reasons why two gay people shouldn't marry are Religion related shouldn't the government not be allowed in that process?
by Sundeep Kataria 3 years ago
Are there more reasons to get married now than before?Being married is considered to be old-fashioned nowadays. Young people prefer to stay officially unattached find and avoid the matrimony. Is this concept changing now?
by Ultimate Hubber 9 months ago
If you fell in love with someone 20 years elder than you, would you marry them?
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