Real studies reside in sources such as questia, a database of scientific studies. I used it as a source when getting my masters. Such sources require money. I'm not doing that for this forum. Instead, why don't you provide sources that contradict the studies referenced in the article. In point of fact why don't you provide any articles, for any of your assertions. All you've done so far is complain about my sources.
No, I'm comparing attitudes concerning the institution of marriage from the differing perspectives of peoples occupying differing cultures.You are still repeating the same mistake. You are still comparing married people to single people. You want results that mean something, compare married gay people in the US with strait married people in the US. Saying unmarried people are more less monogamous than married people, and since gays cannot marry, they are more promiscuous, so gays should not be married because they are too promiscuous is an obviously flawed premise.
No, I've suggested large numbers of straights have a different view of what constitutes marriage than what large numbers of gays feel constitutes marriage and provided sources that support my assertions. You have provided no supporting references for your assertions at all. Why not? I'm still waiting.You have shown that relationships outside of marriage are less stable. You have presented an article which is based on a study that was not yet published, and which also uses anecdotes to show something. Your problem is that, in fact, you have presented no actual evidence to back up your point.
No, that's your assertion. Please provide some support for your belief that marriage changes promiscuous behavior.Then you promote monogamy by the best method...marriage.
Yes, you are.I am not saying marriage will change the gay community in any way other than it does for the strait community. You are expecting gays to do more than you expect straits to have ever done.
Marriage does not promote stability in relationships. If you feel it does please provide some support for your contention. I don't believe it exists but you can source something and we can debate the validity of such. Otherwise you just have a "theory."No one has argued otherwise, but this is an argument for gay marriage, to promote those long term stable relationships, and you have yet to counter this argument.
Then provide something to support your contention. Otherwise it is mearly wishful thinking.Because that is not what I am arguing. I am merely arguing that marriage leads to longer term, more stable relationships. Are you suggesting this is not true?