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Re: “Arguments today in lawsuits challenging Arkansas ban on same-sex marriage

Uniting, conceiving, and raising a family begins with a man and woman. This pairing is what brought about boundaries for intercourse, reproduction, and family benefiting all and favoring the continuation of humanity and society.
Marriage is the union established in response to these social needs. As such, marriage has absolutely nothing to do with same gender unions. Forcing society to accept a new definition of marriage that disregards this natural order by making men and women interchangeable in it, diminishes our appreciation and understanding of marriage. It diminishes the differences between men and women and the complimentary union of those differences essential to family and society.

That homosexuality had no part in the establishing of marriage means marriage is not just the union of two people who romantically love each other, but the union of a man and woman. SSU and marriage are far, far too different on too many levels to ever be honestly, fairly or reasonably considered the same.

Society has long regarded the differences between men and women, and our laws reflect the respect society has for those differences in many areas without any resulting inequality (restroom, dorms, dressing rooms, clubs, organizations, schools). Those differences are of great importance and a union exclusive to men and women which recognizes the benefits to society and the significance of respectfully uniting those differences, in no way illegally discriminates.

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Posted by HG Says on 11/20/2014 at 6:42 PM


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