So then why is it ok for homosexuals and those who support it to force their beliefs that homosexual unions equate with hetero marriage down everyone's throats? An inclusive definition does not mean that the definition itself is not imposing beliefs. All laws impose beliefs upon others. Marriage is a social thing that is put into law by society. So, California asked society to define marriage. They didn't hear what they wanted, so plan B was to make it illegal to have an opinion against gay marriage anyway. Please, don't be blind to the obvious bias and bigotry that is being purported by the homosexual agenda in California.Also you can have your beliefs, I could care less how you think about gay people. But don't force those beliefs on other people. Marriage isn't a religious thing in the US legally. If you don't like gay marriage then don't get one. Allowing gay people equal rights under the law won't effect you in any way.
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As for the rest of your appeal to nature...its a fallacy. Until you add the requirement of procreation to the marriage license, you have no point with that little rant.
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