Who’s to say that the same discussions used to justify same-sex marriage won’t eventually pave the way for legalization of polygamy and incest? “Oh no, that would never happen”. Just like civil unions would not lead to gay marriage. But that transition was almost immediate in every state that adopted civil unions. Hawaii even held a special session of the legislature to sanction gay marriage.
You know that specious argument that gay marriage is a civil right? You have a protected right to love & marry whoever you please, bla, blady, bla, bla.
So here we have apparently the world’s first 3-way marriage in Thailand. Not that it’s legally recognized under Thai law, but the young love-birds are claiming they are sanctioned by Buddhist law. The young men are trailblazers of sorts as Thailand is now drafting a new charter for the national constitution said to include the term “third gender” for those who identify themselves as transgender, transsexual or gay. Can legalized 3-way marriages be far behind?
But it’s not just the children who suffer. Taxpayers do too. In Great Britain, multiple-partners are recognized in the government pension system. In France, they are recognized in the welfare system.
Aloha, Mikie ~just a blogger (fightin’ like a girl)
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