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Transcript: I think gay men and women ought to have the same rights as heterosexual men and women to make contracts and to have hospital visiting rights and to join together in marriage, and I don't understand why it is considered by some people to be a threat to heterosexual marriage to allow it by gays and lesbians.

Shouldn't we be promoting the kind of faithfulness and loyalty to one's partner regardless of sexual orientation? Because if you don't do that, then to that extent you're promoting promiscuity, and you're promoting all the problems that can result from promiscuity. And the loyalty and love that two people feel for each other when they fall in love ought to be celebrated and encouraged and shouldn't be prevented by any form of discrimination in the law.


Hi-five to Chris Crain@ Citizen Crain

1 Comments:

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My exact sentiments Al. This is a very strong message that the traditional religious community should embrace. Unfortunately they are still calling homosexuality sin. I am trying very hard to dispel that religious myth.

www.sonofabishop.blogspot.com

January 29, 2008 10:56 AM

 

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