In short: An aspect of your existence does not define who you are anymore than the shoes you like to wear. However, groups - regardless of sexuality, creed, race and gender have banded together regularly against laws they see as draconian even if what is being banned does not in any way define the group.
List of examples:
- Ending prohibition - Did opposing prohibition define one as a drinker?
- Ending the segregation marriage - Did opposing laws segregating mean one was in a segregated relationship?
- Equal treatment - Did supporting equal treatment of men and women define one as a woman?
What's far more interesting is that there are people who aren't even gay and are opposed to these laws on the basis that such a law for heterosexuals would be laughed out of existence.
Last edited by Hatuey; 06-22-14 at 03:41 AM.
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
The reality is that the vast majority of heterosexual couples use contraception because they want to be able to have sex and NOT "procreate".
Just how much time in the lifetime of a relationship are any heterosexual couples having sex that ends in 'procreation'? 10 or 20 minutes? Out of 50 years together?
(For the Duggar family, maybe 120 minutes, unless he's pretty quick)
Last edited by Ceist; 06-22-14 at 08:38 AM.
and its perfectly rational it feels nice and its a good activity to bond over or bondage over if your into that kind of thing
The act of fornication tends to produce children out of wedlock, this it is irrational.