Well, some dictionaries still profess that marriage is a union between a man and a woman. Oh, well.
Marriage is a union between two things. Recently, there was a "marriage" theory as for how modded Xboxes got singled out and banned from Xbox Live. Gender doesn't come into play.
We can't deny that marriage has been traditionally between a man and a woman. Or that the biological result of a union of a man and a woman is important to the survival of our species.
Conversely, isn't it wrong to deny two people in love, who want to spend their lives together, a legal union that will provide them with economic benefits?
I can understand denying a gay marriage to take place in a Christian church, or under any other religious or faith-based pretense. Basic Biblical doctrine says that it is not God's plan for a person to be gay. This does not mean gay-bash, both the Torah and the Christan Bible state that you should love your neighbor as yourself.
However, a legal union should be allowed at a courthouse or in any place of worship that condones homosexuality. What are people afraid of? Many people in gay couples are starting to get insurance benefits from their partner's firm. It's a changing social and economic landscape. Roll with it.
Bryan wrote:I personaly don't think doing another guy is what we were born to do
That's a seperate and deeper issue than whether or not gay unions should be legal, dontcha think?
I do what I can.