If the country over the Northern Border of the United States does come out in favour of equalising it’s marriage laws is this going to bother the US?
Canada may well legalise gay marriage.
I am wondering if anyone else is seeing disquieting allusions to the HandMaidens Tale in some of the American President’s posturing. Or maybe I am doing what I do best and seeing cycles and parralells and patterns in everything.
Why do church groups seem to see themselves as natural enemies of gay marriage? How do gay couples threaten them exactly? Because they certainly seem to see themselves as threatened judging by the language used. I thought Christianity was all about love, Jesus certainly seemed to have a lot to say on the subject, depending on how truthful a depiction of events the gospels are. (And gospel means truth! Ha!) Or is it that bizarre notion that seems to affect some straight people from time to time, the notion that ‘we’ all fancy ‘them’ in the way that ‘they’ would find most uncomfortable and not only that but that ‘we’ are actively trying to turn them to our way of thinking…yeah coz I chose to be bisexual and I chose to be outed just before my GCSEs. That was exactly the way I planned my life to go.
When it comes down to it all is it about children? Go forth and multiply not being so easy if you have couples not designed to produce children? And of course people being so up their arses about gay couples adopting. Yes we are a plague with our ‘alternate lifestyles’ aren’t we. Gods that phrase makes it sound like we’re all over this fence and CHOOSING.
Marriage might scare the fuck out of me and seem like another nail in the coffin of freedom and of the ability to live, but if you’re going to be wierd and say that some lovers can and some lovers can’t then thats just plain unfair. And if you’re going to limit numbers I’m also going to throw an adolescent style strop…but first things first.
Well come on Canada, come on make the first step. We can be a world of freedom whatever the land of the owned says.