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Guest Opinion: The Phenomenon of Homosexuality in Today's Society Comments

The sexual union of a man and woman is called the marital act because the two become physically one in a way that is impossible between two men or two women. Whatever a homosexual union might be or represent, it is not physically marital. Gender is inextricably bound up with physical sexual identity; and "gender-free marriage" is a contradiction in terms, like a square circle. To redefine marriage to include same-sex couples is to strip marriage ... Continue Reading

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  1. mike
    1 year ago

    rather weak arguments relying too heavily on divine authority, fuzzy natural law scholarship, and as yet non-definitive psychological research. I thought Dale O'Leary did better in her book:
    "One Man, One Woman" which I think is good enough to make her a Doctor of The Church someday. I recommend focusing on the effect artificial birth control has had in spawning the current homosexual epidemic of modern society by destroying the unitive bond of male-female coitus, which is, in turn, the sacramental act of Marriage.

  2. Jade Riani
    1 year ago

    Excellent article! Also, from a common sense perspective you could use the pro-homosexual equivalency arguments to justify any relationship. Why not incest? Why not polygamy? I mean if all are consenting adults who love each other as they say how can we not allow these? They have a purely pleasure driven argument that results in the decay of social order. The fact that people ignore this shows our society is entirely self-serving. Sad!


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