Another gauntlet thrown down before the British government on marriage issue
Michael Kirke | 12 June 2012
The Church of England has now issued its formal response to the British government’s plans to legislate for gay “marriage” and in doing so throws down yet another gauntlet to David Cameron who still insists on pursuing the Coalition’s policy on this issue. The Daily Telegraph reports on the Church’s response this morning, which dismisses the Coalition's same-sex marriage plans “divisive”, “legally flawed” and “essentially ideological”.
People power v. polls and mere politics
Carolyn Moynihan | 08 June 2012
Preserve Marriage Washington has filed a petition against the state’s new law allowing same-sex marriage, after collecting more than twice the required number of signatures to block the law.
Live-streaming debate on same-sex marriage
Carolyn Moynihan | 06 June 2012
June 7, Maggie Gallagher and John Corvino, joint authors of a new book, go head to head, civilly, with their opposing views.
Former president of American Psychological Association laments its political correctness
Michael Cook | 06 June 2012
Now this is extremely interesting: a former president of the American Psychological Association who a supporter of same-sex marriage, a supporter of gay rights, and a supporter of having a debate on "reparative therapy". "All you have to do is find one exception and it knocks down the ‘never'," says Dr Nicholas Cummings in this YouTube interview with NARTH.
“Me too” say Aussie polyamorists
Carolyn Moynihan | 05 June 2012
The Australian parliamentary campaign for same-sex marriage received a boost last week but polyamorists are clamouring to be included.
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