Jumping on the bandwagon
We should have expected that politicians would line up to support gay marriage.
The shaky science behind same-sex marriage
The case rests squarely on sociology and psychology. How reliable can this be, ask two distinguished scholars.
Do infertile couples clinch the case for same-sex marriage?
Nope. All infertilities are not equal. There is a crucial difference between an infertile heterosexual union and an impotent homosexual one.
If two lesbians, why not two sisters?
If marriage is all about love, commitment and stability, why can't I marry my sister?
Portrait of a forceful thinker
Almost nothing by the new Pope is available in English -- apart from these snippets from his latest book.
Sky fall: gender ideology comes to the schoolhouse
Since redefining marriage requires us to deny sexual differences, even school children now have to conform to that principle at the risk of punishment.
What would the Greeks have thought of gay marriage?
The great classical philosophers would have regarded it as an absurdity, despite their partial tolerance of homosexual love.
Taking same-sex marriage step by step
Whether you call it polygamy, or polyamory, or consensual nonmonogamy, the notion of multiple partners in a single relationship is just over the horizon.
“I’m conservative - but I support gay marriage”
Really? If words have any meaning, this is wishful thinking.
From a man of the French left, a passionate defence of marriage
Bruno Nestor Azerot electrified the National Assembly in Paris when he spoke against gay marriage.
Marriage equality splits the Tories
Supporters cited adult happiness and lovely wedding ceremonies; opponents championed children and families.
“We will never surrender”
A marriage advocate offers a state legislature about to redefine marriage some advice and predictions.
When a state government refuses to defend its marriage laws
A crucial case before the US Supreme Court will determine whether sovereignty lies in the hand of the people or judges.
“Gay marriage”, courts and the executive power
Two cases before the US Supreme Court could be used to hand more power to the White House.
I do, but not in the established Church
The British Government’s response to its consultation on same-sex marriage shows how keen it is to railroad through partial and divisive proposals.
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