Saturday, November 1, 2008

Marriage Rights

Copy this sentence into your blog if you're in a heterosexual marriage, and you don't want it "protected" by people who think GLBT marriage hurts it somehow.

I have seen this on two blogs now, Cyd's The Sweetest Occassion and (Bride.)'s (Bride.), which was also cited from Stinkerpants (a former weddingbee poster).

Carly at Westside Bride also had a similarly themed post.

What difference does it make to my (upcoming) marriage if two other people marry, regardless of who those people are? Whether it's an interfaith marriage, an interrace marriage, or a homosexual marriage, as long as it's between two people who love each other. I use those three examples because, at one time, all three were forbidden. Happily, in Canada, none of those examples are now forbidden.

(As an aside, why do we refer to people of different origins as a different race? We're all humans, so doesn't that make us the same race?)

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