Thursday, April 2, 2009

Cons of gay marriages

The equality of homosexuals with other members of society is achieved by decriminalizing homosexual activity and allowing equal opportunities to homosexuals in terms of broad education and employment rights. Gay rights does not mean ignoring the obvious differences between homosexuals and heterosexuals. Marriage is historically and logically a heterosexual institution, the extension of which to homosexual couples would be meaningless and even repressive of their identity.
Homosexuals, by definition, will not produce children, and so are not appropriate candidates for financial incentives to home-making and the maintenance of family values.

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