Same-sex Marriage


Towards the Next Big Thing

Michael Cook | 21 October 2014
What comes after same-sex marriage? A law professor shows the way.

Bakery owners face bankruptcy after a discrimination finding

Carolyn Moynihan | 09 October 2014
Lesbian customers won't accept "sorry, no" to their wedding cake order.

Supreme Court decision will lead to gay marriage in five states

Ryan T. Anderson | 08 October 2014
And that's wrong, says marriage scholar Ryan T. Anderson.

The must-watch video on same-sex marriage

Ryan T. Anderson | 17 September 2014
Ryan T. Anderson puts a lucid, tightly-reasoned case against redefining society's bedrock institution.

A deeply amoral defence of same-sex marriage

Michael Cook | 10 September 2014
Arguments used by Richard Posner, one of America's most famous jurists, could be turned on democracy itself.

“Parade of empathy” halted by same-sex marriage ruling

Carolyn Moynihan | 05 September 2014
Eighty year-old federal judge defends the meaning of marriage.

No rush to the registry office by UK same-sex couples

Carolyn Moynihan | 27 August 2014
Official figures show a modest take-up of the "marriage" option.

States have authority to define marriage

Carolyn Moynihan | 15 August 2014
A Tennessee judge defends the state's right to keep its traditional definition of marriage.

Appeals judge to gay rights advocates: why use the courts?

Carolyn Moynihan | 08 August 2014
"The best way to get respect and dignity is through the democratic process."

Goodbye, Mr Chips and gay marriage

Michael Cook | 05 August 2014
How did society change so much in the hundred years since a boring schoolmaster married a vivacious young woman?

First Kiwi lesbian “marriage” over already?

Carolyn Moynihan | 17 July 2014
It's less than a year since the poster girls for New Zealand's new marriage law wed.

Are gays’ brains better than mothers’ brains?

Kelly Bartlett | 02 June 2014
A recent study raises more questions than it answers.

Love in a time of unreality

Robert R. Reilly | 22 May 2014
Much of the rhetoric swaddling same-sex marriage and homosexuality is a free-floating, fact-free fantasy.

Repudiating the calculated decision to deprive children of mothers

David van Gend | 08 May 2014
You must watch this hard-hitting video by an Australian doctor.

Much ado about sex; nothing to do with race

Carolyn Moynihan | 29 April 2014
The belief that marriage is between a man and a woman is reasonable, unlike inter-racial marriage bans.

Nabisco: Sex discrimination is ‘wholesome’

Kelly Bartlett | 08 April 2014
Excluding mothers isn’t wholesome; it's halfsome.

“I was jeered and spat at for defending marriage”

Caroline Farrow | 08 April 2014
At a BBC Question Time on gay marriage, the wrong answers met with alarming hostility.

Mozilla CEO booted out for backing marriage

Kelly Bartlett | 04 April 2014
Donating $1000 to support California's Prop 8 six years ago was a capital crime.

It doesn’t come much clearer than this

Carolyn Moynihan | 03 April 2014
Ryan T. Anderson on the problem with same-sex marriage. (video)

No white flag. Ever.

Michael Cook | 07 March 2014
Too much is at stake to surrender in the fight against same-sex marriage.

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Conjugality deals with the true nature of marriage and the challenges it faces today. Our current focus is on the campaign to legalise same-sex marriage. We'd love to get your comments and suggestions. Send an email to conjugality@mercatornet.com


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