Because, apparently, others are happy to do it for them.
Freedom of conscience for me, but not for thee.
Will this turn-about be considered fair play?
Calls for diversity and openness do not extend to his position, which is only referred to as hateful and irrational.
Apparently free-love prioritizes sex over actual love.
What ho, what ho, what ho!
As a sagacious and experienced man of the world, I am often called on to render my two bits on the events of the day. In recent years one’s interlocutors have been rather pressing on this matter of what is called, if I have the terms right, frolicsome marriage. One isn’t au courant on all the details, of course, but begging pardon for any blushes mantling maidenly cheeks, as Jeeves explained it to me the whole caboodle has to do with a matrimony where the conjugal relations suffer from a distinct lack of variety. Rather! It hardly seems likely, but he insists. Buttonhole the fellow if you want more information. (more…)
To all those nominal conservatives and theists who bought the claim that gay marriage is no threat to your marriage and is not about changing the basic institution of marriage: You’ve been had. (more…)
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The Chief Rabbi of France has some keen insight into marriage and sexuality, if you can get over the frenchiness of his language, even in translation.
I have not had much to say in awhile. There are a number of reasons for this. (more…)