As such, why should I not be able to make the most important decision of my life and form a legally recognized relationship with the person I love just because I'm the same sex as that individual? And why am I entitled to marry someone I do not love and am not committed to just because they are of the opposite sex? That is gender discrimination no matter how you look at it. As a man, I am not entitled to a right that every woman has, and that right is to form a legally recognized commitment to the man I love. Furthermore, your position places the sex of two individuals getting married as more important than the love or commitment they have for one another.
Last edited by CriticalThought; 03-21-11 at 01:51 PM.
Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
That is a lie.If you don't love them, then when you recite your vows in the solemnization process you are committing fraud on the other person and they can sue you accordingly.
Incorrect. Unlike family or polygamy, sex is a protected class. The federal government must show an important state interest in denying me a right that it grants the other sex.Right, it's gender discrimination, and that's ok. Perfectly acceptable. Anti-incest is familial discrimination, anti-polygamy is marital-status/religious discrimination. So what? So you're being discriminated against....who cares.
Last edited by CriticalThought; 03-21-11 at 02:08 PM.
"[D]eeply rooted in the traditions, history, and conscience of the people of this State"
Originally Posted by johnny_rebson:
These are the same liberals who forgot how Iraq attacked us on 9/11.