Last Thoughts on Redefining Marriage

I have gay family members, and have had gay friends all my life; people who are dear to me, whose feelings I value, and whose opinions I respect. I have been to gay bars, events and festivals with gay friends, been propositioned by men more times than I can remember, and am happy to greet …

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Redefining Marriage – Semantics and Stalinism

Societies are successful when their policies and practices align with reality. Success for a society means the ongoing ability to provide resources and safety to ensure that children can grow to maturity, and in turn, have children of their own. Once this basic necessity is ensured, success can also be measured by life-span, low infant …

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Hate Mail To Pro Gay Marriage MPs

The Sydney Morning Herald breathlessly reports that members of Federal Parliament who are supporters of gay marriage have been receiving hate mail. Greens MP Adam Brandt¬†claimed some of the mail he had received was vitriolic and said “The attacks and homophobia we have all experienced on Twitter, Facebook and the street will not deter us …

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For F&#%’s Sake

I am not normally given to swearing, but honestly, for f&#%’s sake. As if you needed another one, reason number 126,475 never to go into an Anglican church again. Gay vicar, 65, to ‘marry’ Nigerian male model half his age. According to the article, they met and fell in love at a Christian conference in …

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A Little Bit More on Gay ‘Marriage’

Abraham Lincoln once asked how many legs a dog has if we call a tail a leg. The answer, he said, is four: calling a tail a leg does not make it so. We chuckle and move on. … Today, marriages crumble, families are torn, society flounders. Why? We are not living in the truth. …

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